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atom building blocks of matter
atomic mass weight of an atom
atomic number number of electrons in an atom
Bohr diagram diagram showing valence electrons
chemical symbol letter standing for an element
electron negatively charged subatomic particles
energy level level in a Lewis structure
family elements with similar properties
isotope elements with varying electrons
leptons ingredients in electrons
Lewis structure shows valence electrons
metal ductile malleable conductive element
metalloid shows some properties of metal
neutron subatomic particle with no charge
nonmetal shows none of the properties of metal
nuculus middle of the atom
period line of elements from left to right
periodic table table of sorted elements
proton positive charged subatomic particle
quark ingredient in protons
valence outer shell of a atom
chemical property property that cant be changed
chmical change change that cant be reversed
chemical equation equation representing a chemical change
chemical formula formula representing chemicals
compound mixture of multiple chemicals
conservation of mass mass cant be destroyed or created
covalent bond bond in which atoms share electrons
ion atom with varying electrons
ionic bond bond in which elements share electrons and are attracted to each other
mixture elements that aren't combined
monomers protiens that chain
oxidation number decides if element will gain or lose electrons
petrochemicals chemical made from petroleum
physical properties property that can change
physical change change in physical properties
polymers stringy chemicals ie plastic
products end of equation
protons positivly charged subatomic partical
Created by: 2019CBURTON



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