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Chemistry of Life

QuestionAnswer
The number of protons plus the number of neutrons Atomic weight (mass)
A combination of two or more atoms of different elements Compound
A small, negatively charged particle that orbits the nucleus Electron
An atom that has gained or lost electrons, and thus carries an electrical charge Ion
Atoms are held together by sharing electrons Covalent bond
The most fundamental substance of mater. Nucleus
A substance that combines with hydrogen ions Base
A molecule that influences the rate of chemical reactions but is not consumed in the reaction. Catalyst (enzyme)
Two atoms with the same atomic number but different atomic weights Isotopes
A substance that releases ions in water Electrolyte
The number of protons in an atom Atomic number
The area of an atom where protons and neutrons are located Elements
Created by: bonitasoul