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Biology

2.1-2 Redo

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What is the basic unit of matter? Atom
What are the 3 subatomic particals? Protons, electrons, and neutrons
What subatomic particals are positively charged? Protons
What subatomic particals are negatively charged? Electrons
What subatomic particals are neutral? Neutrons
What two subatomic particals have the same mass? Protons and neutrons
Where are protons and neutrons found? The nucleus
Where are electrons found? The outside of the nucleus
Why are atoms neutral? They have an equal amount of subatomic particals
What are two main types of chemical bonds? Covalent and ionic
What is cohesion? When two atoms of the same substance are attracted
What is adhesion? When two atoms of a different substance attract
What makes a solution? A solvent and a solute
What is a solvent The substance that is dissolved
What is a solute The substance that dissolves the solvent
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