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Matter 2 Vocab

chemical equation a way to describe a chemical reaction using symbols and numbers
molecule a combination of two or more atoms joined by covalent bonds:the smallest part of a compound having all the properties of that compound
ionic compound a compound formed by ionic bonds
reactant the starting material in a chemical reaction; typically shown on the left side of a chemical equations
ionic bond a type of bond in which electrons are transferred from one atom to another
covalent compound a compound formed when two or more atoms of different elements bond together covalently
ion an atom that is charged because it has either gained or lost an electron
covalent bond a type of bond between atoms in which one pair of electrons is shared
chemical reaction the change that occurs when two or more substances interact to form a new substance
product a substance produced by a chemical reaction; typically shown on the right side of a chemical equation
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