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Unit B-3 Vocab

molecule the smallest form of a compound that retains all of its properties
chemical bond the result of two substances chemically reacting and “linking”
chemical formula a formula showing the amount and type of atoms in a compound/molecule
compound a molecule that is made up of multiple atoms
element a form of matter that cannot be broken down any further
chemical reaction an irreversible bonding or other action between two substances that can produce energy, a color change, or precipitate, among others
reactant H2+O in H2+O→ H2O
product H2O in H2+O→ H2O
cross-link additional bonds between chains of monomers (thus polymers) to help strengthen the material
monomer a simple molecule
polymer a string of molecules that is very durable and can’t be recycled easily
open system a place where unaccounted substances can affect the result of a chemical reaction
closed system a place where every substance is accounted for and the chemical reaction is completely locked in
Law of Conservation of Mass atoms of an object cannot be created or destroyed, but they can be moved around and changed into different particles instead
Created by: lli32