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The Modern View of A

Discovering Design with Chemistry chapter 4

Wave-particle duality The concept that light as well as many subatomic particles have the properties of both particles and waves
Aufbau principle Electrons fill orbitals starting with the lowest-energy ones and then filling higher-energy orbitals as needed
Valence electrons An atom's outermost electrons
Ion An atom or group of atoms that develop an electrical charge by gaining or losing electrons
Ionic compound A compound formed by cations and anions held together by their mutual attraction
Electrolysis Breaking down a chemical using electricity
Electrolytes Chemicals that form a conductive solution when dissolved
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