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Chemistry Vocab #4

Chemistry Vocab #76-100

Condensation Temperature The lowest temperature at which a substance may exist as a gas at atmospheric pressure.
Constant A magnitude that does not change in value.
Constant, Equilibrium The product of the concentrations of the substances produced at equilibrium divided by the product of the concentrations of the reactants.
Constant Rate The rate of a reaction, at a fixed temperature, in which the concentration of each reaction is one mole per liter.
Control Red A rod of neutron-absorbing material used in regulating the reaction in a nuclear reactor.
Corrode To disintegrate slowly; To waste away by chemical action, especially the action of an acid on a metal.
Covalent Bonding Bonding in which atoms share electrons.
Critical Pressure The pressure required to liquefy a gas at its critical temperature.
Critical Size The amount of radioactive material required to sustain a chain reaction.
Critical Temperature The highest temperature at which it is possible to liquefy a gas with any amount of pressure.
Crystal A homogeneous portion of a substance bonded by plane surfaces, making definite angles with each other, giving a regular geometric form.
Crystal, Molecular A crystal consisting of molecules arranged in a systematic order.
Data A group of facts or statistics.
Decomposition Reaction A chemical reaction in which a complex substance breaks down to form two or more simpler substances.
Dehydration The removal of oxygen and hydrogen atoms from a substance in the form of water.
Deliquescence The property of certain substances to take up water from the air to form a solution.
Density The mass per unit volume of a material.
Detergent A substance which removes dirt.
Deuterium The isotope of hydrogen having one proton and one neutron in the nucleus.
Diatomic Consisting of two atoms.
Diffusion The process of spreading out spontaneously to fill a space uniform 1g; the intermingling of the particles of substances.
Dilute Containing a relatively small amount of solute.
Diprotic Referring to an acid capable of donating two protons per molecule.
Dispersion A scattering, or state of being scattered.
Distillation The process of evaporation followed by condensation of the vapors in a separate vessel.
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