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IPC Chemical

Chemical Reactions

Chemical Property A characteristic or behavior of a substance that may be observed when it undergoes a chemical change or reaction.
Chemical Reaction A chemical change that occurs when two or more substances combine to form a new substance.
Valence Electrons The electrons in the outermost energy level of an atom.
Precipitate The solid that forms when combining two liquids.
Electrolysis Chemical decomposition produced by passing an electric current through a liquid or solution containing ions.
Corrode Destroy or damage (metal, stone, or other materials) slowly by chemical action.
Tarnish No longer shiny.
Conservation of Mass Mass cannot be created or destroyed.
Chemical Equation A way of writing changes in the arrangement of atoms during a chemical reaction, using chemical symbols.
Product The final material or substance left at the completion of a series of reactions.
Reactants Elements and compounds that are present at the beginning of a chemical reaction.
Coefficients The big number in front of the chemical formula that indicates how many molecules are in the chemical formula.
Subscripts The small number that is placed behind and slightly below a chemical formula. Subscripts indicate how many atoms are present in a chemical formula.
Exothermic A change that results in energy being given off.
Endothermic A change that results in energy being absorbed.
Chemical Change Any change that results in the formation of new chemical substances.
Fermentation The anaerobic conversion of sugar to carbon dioxide and alcohol by yeast.
Ripen Developed to the point of readiness for harvesting and eating.
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