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Atomic Theory pt.2

Compound made by two different atoms that chemically combined
Covalent compound 2 non-metals
Ionic compound metal and non-metal
Lewis Dot Structure picture shows how elements form compounds using valence electrons
Conservation of Mass matter is never created or destroyed it simply rearranges itself
Solution A homogeneous mixture of two or more substances, which may be solids, liquids, gases, or a combination of these.
Solute the component of a solution that changes its state in forming the solution or the component
Precipitate A substance to be deposited in a solid form
Substance A particular kind of matter
Solvent Able to dissolve other substances
Heterogeneous Two or more substances (different)
Homogeneous Substances in a single phase
Physical change A change that is made by adding energy,and the form changes but not its composition
Vaporization liquid changing into a gas
Condensation Gas change into a liquid
Sublimation Solid into a gas
Deposition Gas changes into a solid
Chemical change Changed into a different substance
Created by: jwilliams13