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Atomic Theory part 2

Element A pure substance
Compound Made from 2 different atoms that chemicaly
molecule 2 atoms combined
Ionic Compound A metal and non-metal
Lewis Dot structure Picture that shows how elements use elements form a compound using valence electrons.
Conservation of Mass Never created or destroyed it simply rearranges itself
Covalent Compound 2 non-metals
Substance A matter that has the same fixed composition and properties
solute The substance that dissolves -or seems to disappear-.
solvent a chemical substance in which another substance is dissolved
homogeneous mixture Same
heterogeneous mixture Different
precipitate A sediment that is formed from a solution
Solution A consistent mixture of two or more substances, such as solids, liquids and gases.
Chemical change Substances are changed into different substances
Physical change The appearance of matter changes
Deposition A gas changes into a solid
Sublimation The process in which a solid changes directly into a gas
Condensation A gas turns into a liquid
Vaporization A liquid changes into a gas
Created by: vjuarez1