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9th Week 21 Vocab

TermDefinition
feasible capable of being done with means at hand
passive lacking energy or will
simultaneous occurring or operating at the same time
component one of the individual parts making up a larger entity
formulate prepare according to instructions
magnitude the property of relative size or extent
ultimate furthest of highest in degree of order; utmost extreme
criterion the ideal in terms of which something can be judged
hypothesis a tentative insight that is not yet verified or tested
solubility maximum amount of a solute that can be dissolved in a given amount of solvent at a temperature
neutralization chemical reaction between an acid and a base in a waster solution which results in formation of a salt and water
salt compound formed when negative ions of an acid combine with positive ions from a base
dilute a small amount of solute in solvent
Created by: Mason_Science