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Chap 6 science vocab


Bohr model Model of an atom created by Neil's bohr which the atoms are moving around the nucleus .
Electron cloud model Model where electrons are moving like a cloud
Proton Positive subatomic particle
Neutron Neutral subatomic particle
Electron Negative subatomic particle
Element Made up of one type of atom
Metal Good conductors of heat and electricity
Semi metal Share characteristics of metals and non metals
Non metal Dull, cannot be shaped
Noble gases Don't combine easily with other elements
Chemical bond Holds atoms together
Ions Bond where electrons are gained or lost
Molecule Bond where electrons are shared
Hydrocarbon Formula that contains hydrogen and carbon
Ex of hydrocarbon CH4 or methanol
H2O is an example of an Ionic bond
NaCl is an example Of a molecule
Compound Where two elements combine chemically
Organic compound Compound containing carbon
Polymer Long chain of carbon atoms
Monomer One part of a polymer
Acid Turns blue litmus red and has a pH from 0-6
Base Turns red litmus blue and has a pH from 8-14
Strong acid Battery acid
Strong base Ammonia
Weak base Egg
Weak acid Milk
Co2 Carbon dioxide
C Carbon
au Gold
AG silver
c carbon
NaCl sodium chloride
S sulfur
neutralization when an acid and base are combined
atomic number how many protons are in an atom
Created by: HunterCantwell



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