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Chemical Compounds

Used for 8th grade science at Holy Name.

Chemical bond attraction of atoms between at least two different elements
Ionic compound compound with electrons given away
Covalent compound compound with shared electrons
Acid between 0-7 on pH scale; tastes sour
Indicator method of determining pH of a solution
Base between 7-14 on pH scale; tastes bitter
pH 0-14 scale to determine acid or base
Organic compound covalent compounds composed of a carbon-based molecule
Hydrocarbon contains hydrogen & carbon
Carbohydrate biochemical composed of sugar molecules; source of energy for body
Protein biochemical composed of amino acids
Lipid biochemical that does not dissolve in water; usually found in fats, oils, and waxes
Nucleic Acid biochemical made up of nucleotides
Hydronium ions more found in acids
Hydroxide ions more found in bases
Three models of carbon backbones straight, branched, ring
Two kinds of nucleic acids DNA & RNA
Four biochemicals Carbohydrate, Protein, Lipid, Nucleic Acid
2 objects used as indicators Litmus paper, pH paper
Created by: jamred86