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Chemistry Info


D=m/v finding density
tera T 10 ex 12
Giga G 10 ex 9
Mega M 10 ex 6
kilo k 10 ex 3
deci d 10 ex-1
centi c 10 ex-2
milli m 10 ex-3
micro u 10 ex-6
nano n 10 ex-9
pico p 10 ex-12
femto f 10 ex-15
6.022 x 10 ex 23 avogadros # or 6.02x 10 ex23 of x = 1.00 mole of x
non polar bonds electrons are shared equally
polar bonds electrons are shared unequally
covalent bonds strong chemical bond in which 2 atoms share one pair of valence bonds
1.7x 10 ex24g dalton's #, unit of mass used to describe mass of protons and neutrons
double covalent bonds a type of covalent bond in which two atoms share pairs of electrons; symbolized by a pair of lines between the bonded atoms
element is a substance that cannot be broken down to other substances by chemical reaction
hydrogen bond weak type of bond but most crucial
ionic bond weak bonds and are attractions between ions of opposite charge
ion the # of protons and # of electrons are unequal
Created by: dione57