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ATOM Smallest particle 0f an element that still has the properties of an element.
Chemical formula a shorthand way to describe the chemical make up of a compound
chemical reaction process in which one or more substances are changed into one or more diffrent substances.
compound substance made of two or more elements that are chemicly combined.
chemical symbol letter or letters that abbeviate an elements name
electron particle in atom that has negitive charge
element substance that connot be broken down in to another substance.
molicule two or more atoms joined together by chemical bond.
nutron particle in the nucleus of an atom that has no charge
nuclius central core of an atom
periodic table standerized table that organizes the elements by their properties
protron particle in nuclius of an atom that has a positive charge.
Created by: 23ap2010