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PS: Ch 1-9 Part 5

Question or TermAnswer or Definition
radioactive decay that releases energy from the nucleus without changing the amount of protons or neutrons gamma decay
intermolecular force caused by imbalances of electrons causing a temporary dipole london force
positive subatomic particle proton
negative subatomic particle electron
no charge subatomic particle neutron
unique abbreviation given to each element chemical symbol
mixture containing tiny suspended clumps colloid
mixture that has the same physical properties throughout its substance homogeneous
mixture that has different physical properties in its substance heterogeneous
atom that has a charge because it lost or gained an electron ion
atom that has a different mass because it has lost or gained neutrons isotope
Created by: Mrs. Sechrist