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phytoplankton microscopic floating organisms living in water at or near the sunlit surface; like plants, convert sunlight and carbon dioxide into food and oxygen
turbidity a measure of the clarity of water that depends on the amount, size, and composition of suspended matter such as clay, clay, sily, photoplankton and other microscopic organisms
hydrothermal vent an opening in the sea floor from which heated water rises and mixes with the ocean water above
compound a substance made up of two or more different types of atoms joined in a compound
ionic bond a type of chemical bond with the electrical attraction between a negative ion and a positive oin
covalent bond a type of chemical bond with a pair of electrons shared by two atoms
molecule a group of atoms that are held together by convalent bonds so that they move
chemical reaction the process by which chemical changed occur and new substances are formed; atoms are rearranged- chemical bonds are broken and formed
reactant a substance that is present at the beginning of a chemical reaction, takes part in the chemical reaction, and is changed into a new ubstance
product a substance formed by a chemical reaction; made by the rearrangement of atoms and bonds in reactants.
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