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GE 258 CH 2

gaes, liquids, and solids Matter
contents of matter, always the same Mass
ability to do work, (has no mass) Energy
stored energy potential
energy in movement kinetic
electrons equal protron
atomic structure: number of protrons, defines the elements atomic number
atomic structure: sum of protons (+) and neutrons mass numbers
mixture: all the same and evenly distributed solutions
mixture: tiny particles suspended in liquid colloids
mixture: different atoms that do not combine suspensions
valence shell electrons are completely transferred ionic bonding
valence shell electrons are shared covalent bonding
electrons are shared equally non-polar
electrons spend more time around one nucleus polar
taste sour acids
donate protons/wants to get rid of (H+) acids
taste bitter bases
feel slippery (soap) bases
proton acceptor bases
fluids that can release and absorb large amounts of hydrogen ions buffers
Created by: evang