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Atomic Theroy Part 2

Conservation of Mass Mass is NEVER created or destroyed the atoms rearrange themselves.
Compound Made of to different atoms that chemically combine.
Molecule Two atoms combined.
Covalent Compound Between two nonmetals
Ionic Compound Between a metals & nonmetals
Lewis Dot Structure Way to see how compounds form using their valence electrons.
Substance A particular kind of matter with uniform properties
Heterogeneous Mixture Two or more different substances,that are not evenly mixed.
Homogeneous Mixtures Two or more different substances,that are evenly mixed.
Solution A homogeneous mixture of two or more substances.
Solute Is the substance that is dissolved to form a solution.
Solvent Is a chemical substance in which another substance is dissolved, forming a solution.
Precipitate Is the formation of solids from a solution.
Physical Change Appearance change, substance stays the same.
Vaporization Vaporizing something.
Condensation The conversion of a vapor or gas to a liquid.
Sublimation A solid turning into a gas without turning into a liquid.
Deposition Settling of particles or sediment onto a surface.
Chemical Change Substance change.
Created by: flopez1