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Chemistry; Ch. 4

Crystal Cathedral High School Sophomores (Semester 1; Ms. Rose)

QuestionAnswer
Salt Brittle white solid, used to flavor things.
Sodium Shine, silver/white soft solid. Stored under oil, reactive with air, water vapor, and water.
Chlorine Pale green poisonous gas, most reactive element, slightly soluble.
Carbon Dioxide Colorless, odorless, solid-dry ice; weak conductor of electricity, soluble in water, created by burning carbon.
Carbon At RT Unreactive, higher temperature-reactive, four bonds. In all living things.
Oxygen Colorless, tasteless, odorless gas, reacts with air- oxidation, combustion.
Water Covers 70% of earth and the human body's mass, the only naturally occuring compound in nature in all three states, used in photosynthesis, stable, universal solvent.
Hydrogen Lightest of all elements, odorless, tasteless, colorless, most abundant.
Noble Gas Configuration 8 Valence Electrons; don't react- STABLE.
Octet Rule Elements WANTS a noble gas configuration- 8 Valence Electrons.
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