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Product ending materials of a reaction; found on right side of chemical equation
valence electrons (happy electrons cause they are full, contains 8 electrons) electrons in the outermost energy level; they are involved in bond formation
chemical formula indicates the number and types of atoms in a molecule
chemical reaction indicates the formation of new substances from previous substances
reactant the starting materials for a reaction; found on left side of chemical equation
Ion atoms that have lost or gained electrons
Electron subatomic particle having a negative charge; not in nucleus but surrounds it
Element a pure substance that cannot be broken down into other substances by chemical reactions
Single Bond a covalent bond in which one pair of electrons is shared
Double Bond a covalent bond in which four valence electrons are shared between two atoms
Compound substance containing two or more elements chemically combined in a fixed ratio
Nucleus protons and neutrons together; make up the center of an atom
Stuctrual Formula shows the number and types of atoms in a molecule and how they are arranged
Atom the smallest particle of an element that retains the properties of the element
Inorganic Formula substance made of two or more elements, none of which is carbon
Created by: arichardson_14