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Chapter 2 Atoms

Atom Parts/ Acid/ Bases

Atomic Number the number of protons and electrons in an element
Atomic Mass the number of protons and neutrons in an element
Protons positively charged particles
Electrons negatively charged particles
Neutrons neutral charged particles (atomic mass- number)
Ionic Bonds bond between a metal and a non metal
Covalent Bonds two metals or non metals share electrons
Matter anything that occupies space and has mass
Atom the smallest unit of an element
Molecule basic structural unit of a compound with properties
Compound two or more atoms combine chemically
Solution the combination of a solvent and a solute
Isotope atoms of the same element with the same atomic number ans different atomic masses
Acid 0-7.0 on ph scale , acidic taste
Base 8.0-14 on ph scale , bitter taste
Organic chemical compounds whose molecules have carbon
Inorganic chemical compounds whose molecules don't have carbon
Hydrolysis water molecule is added to a complex molecule
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