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what is chemical formula A method using symbols and numbers to show the make up of a compound
chemical reaction/change the joining of different atoms
acid a compound that forms hydrogen ions when dissolved in water (H)
indicators a substance that changes color when exposed to an acid of a base
base a compound that forms hydrogen ions when dissolved in water (OH)
neutralize when acid and bases come in contactwith one another
compounds molecules are formed when 2 or more different elements join together
families group of elements that processess similair characteristics
alkali metals are the first 2 columns on the left of the table
periods horizontal rows that all have the same number of shells
groups vertical columns that have the same number of electrons in their outer shell
chemistry the study of matter
Created by: gtsaustin