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Q1 Chemistry


qualitative and quantitative expression of a compound using symbols and subscripts to indicate the chemical constituents and their respective numbers Formula
What is the object of formula writing? To achieve a stable electron configuration for each of the elements involved
A group of atoms that acts as a unit and possesses a charge Polyatomic Ion
The sum of all the atomic masses of all the atoms present in one molecule of the substance Molecular Mass
The law that states that matter is neither created or destroyed but simply changed in form The Law of Conservation of Mass
A type of reaction with two reactants but only one product Synthesis Reaction
A type of reaction with one reactant but two products Decomposition Reaction
Created by: amber.whalen