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vocab

chapter 20

TermDefinition
binary compound compound that is composed of two elelments
chemical bond force that holds atoms together in a compound
chemical formula chemical shorthand that uses symbols to tell what elements are in a compound and their ratios
covalent bond attraction formed between atoms when they share electrons
hydrate compound that has water chemically attached to its ions and written into its chemical formula
ion charged particle that has either more or fewer electrons than protons
ionic bond attraction formed between oppositely charged ions in an ionic compound
molecule a neutral particle that forms as as result of electron sharing
nonpolar molecule molecule that shares electrons equally and does not have oppositely charged ends
oxidation number positive or negative number that indicates how many electrons an atom has gained,lost, or shared to become stable
polar molecule molecule with a slightly positive end and a slightly negative end as a result of electrons being shared unequally
polyatomic ion positively or negatively charged, covalently bonded group of atoms
Created by: marygrace_m