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the number in the chemical equation that tells the quantity of molecules involved in a reaction coefficient
subatomic particle that has no charge neutron
subatomic particle that has a positive charge proton
subatomic particle that has a negative charge electron
packets of energy that electromagnetic waves travel photons
sunburn is caused by an electromagnetic radiation known as? ultraviolet radiation
intermolecular force caused by permanent partial charges dipole-dipole force
elements are arranged by their __?__ in the periodic table atomic number
process where a liquid turns into a solid freezing
process where a solid turns into a liquid melting
process where a liquid turns into a gas evaporation
process where a gas turns into a liquid condensation
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