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TermDefinition
binary compound two element compound
binary ionic compound compound that contains two elements - a positive ion (cation) which is always written first in the formula, and a negative ion (anion)
ionic compound compound that contains a metal and a nonmetal
ionic bond bond where electrons are either accepted or donated
covalent compound also known as a molecular compound - compound that contains two nonmetals
covenant bond bond where electrons are shared
polyatomic ion a charged ion consisting of two or more atoms bound together
oxyanions specific polyatomic ions that contain at least one oxygen atom and one or more atoms of at least one other element
ternary compound compound that contains three different elements
acid a substance that produces hydrogen ions (H+=protons) in solution; a proton donor
base a substance that produces hydroxide ions in solution; a proton acceptor
Created by: meg.minor.15