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Atom Smallest piece of matter that has the same properties of the element it is in
Proton A positive + subtractive particle in the atom's nucleus. Is the identity of the element and the atomic #.
Neutron A nutral subatomic particle in the atom's nucleus. has no charge
Electron A negative subatomic particle spinning outside the nucleus of an atom.
Element The simplest forms of matter that contain only one type of atom
Periodic Table of Elements A chart that organizes all the elements by atomic # and proprieties
Valence Electron The electron in the outer level of an atom that causes atoms to bond together
Chemical Bond an interaction that holds two atoms together
Chemical Bonding the joining of atoms to form new substances
Ionic Bond is formed when electrons are transferred from one atom to another
Ion Charged particle or atom that gained or lost electrons
Electron Dot Diagram An easy way to show the valence electrons in an atom or chemical bond
Compound A set of elements that are chemically bonded & changed into new substances
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