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Chemistry Vocab #5

Chemistry Vocab #5 #101-125

Capable of being drawn into a wire. Ductile
The rapid evolution of a gas from a liquid in which it is dissolved. Effervescence
The property of hydrated crystals to lose water of crystallization when exposed to air. Efflorescence
A collision in which there is no loss of energy. Elastic Collision
Pertaining to spontaneous oxidation-reduction reaction in which chemical energy is transformed into electric energy. Electro Chemical
A conductor by which an electric current either enters or leaves an electrolyte, cell, or other apparatus. Electrode
A substance whose water solution conducts an electric current. Electrolyte
A form of energy, such as light, x-rays, or radio waves, which travels through space as waves at the rate of 3.00x10^8 m/sec. Electromagnetic Radiation
A negatively charged particle found in an atom. Electron
The energy released when an electron is added to a neutral atom. Electron Affinity
The portion of space about a nucleus in which the electron may most probably be found. Electron Cloud
Two electrons of opposite spin in the same space orbital. Electron Pair
One of the electrons in an incomplete outer shell of an atom. Electron, Valence
An element having a relatively strong attraction for valence electrons. Electronegative Element
The property of an atom of attracting the shared electrons forming a bond between it and another atom. Electronegativity
A substance which can not be further decomposed by ordinary chemical means. Element
An element which differs usually in electronic configuration from that of the next lower or higher atomic number only in the number of electrons in 2nd from outer shell. Element, Rare Earth
An element which usually differs in electronic configuration from that of next lower or higher atomic number only in the number of d-electrons in the next-to-the outside shell. Element, Transition
The formula giving the simplest ratio between the atoms of the elements present in a compound. Empirical Formula
A colloidal system in which there is a strong attraction between the dispersed substance and the dispersing liquid. Emulsoid
That point reached in titration in which the quantities of acid and hydroxide present are chemically equivalent. End Point
Pertaining to a reaction which occurs with the absorption of heat. Endothermic
The capacity for doing work. Energy
Energy required to transform reactants into an activated complex. Energy, Activation
The energy transferred between two systems that is associated exclusively with the difference in temperature between the two systems. Energy, Heat
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