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chem 1

A science that deals with the structure and properties Chemistry
Group 18 in the periodic table with a full outer shell Noble Gas
Number of protons in the nucleus in an atom Atomic Number
Reaction in which the nuclei of one atom combines with the nuclei of another to form a larger nuclei Nuclear Fusion
Atoms with same number of protons but not the same nunber of neutrons Isotope
the figure of a number that express a magnitude to a specified degree of accuracy Significant Figure
Mass per unit of volume Density
Element with the properties of both metals and nonmetals Metalloid
Sum of the protons and neutrons in the nucleus of an atom Mass Number
System of electrons surrounding the nucleus of an atom Electron Cloud
Smallest particle of a substance that can exist by itself Atom
The quality of being exact Precision
The ability to work without mistakes Accuracy
Method that expresses the number multiplied by 10 and the appropriate power Scientific Notation
Experimental value minus the accepted value, divided by the accepted value and then multiplied by 100 Percent Error
Numerical measurements rather than its words Quantitative Data
The heat required to raise the temperature of the mass of a given substance by given amount Qualitative Data
The heat required to raise the temperature of the mass of a given substance by given amount Specific Heat
A solid that is produced by a chemical reaction in solution Precipitate
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