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Chemistry Vocab #6

Chemistry Vocab #126-150

The energy required to remove an electron from an atom. Energy, ionization
Energy of motion. Energy, Kinetic
A region about the nucleus of an atom in which electrons move. Energy Level
Energy of position. Energy, Potential
The heat content of a system at constant pressure. Enthalpy
A measure of the quantity of heat exchanged by a system and its surroundings. Enthalpy Change
That property which describes the disorder of a system. Entropy
A catalyst which is produced by living cells. Enzyme
A dynamic state in which two opposing processes take place at the same time and at the same rate. Equilibrium
The state of balance attained in a reversible ionization action between un-ionized molecules in solution and their hydrated ions. Equilibrium, ionic
An expression denoting the limitation in accuracy of a measurement. Error
A compound formed by the reaction between an acid and an alcohol. Ester
The process of producing an ester by reaction of an acid with an alcohol. Esterification
An organic acid Ether
A gas-measuring tube. Eudiometer
The escape of molecules from the surface of liquids or solids. Evaporation
Pertaining to a reaction which occurs with the evolution of energy. Exothermic
A system of writing large and small numbers using the form Mx10^n, where M is a number of a single nonzero digit to the left of the decimal point. and "n" is a positive or negative integer. Exponential Notation
The dispersing phase of a colloidal suspension. External Phase
An ester of glycerol and long carbon chain acids. Fat
A complex silicate, usually aluminum silicate with either sodium or potassium silicate. Feldspar
A chemical change produced by the action of an enzyme. Fermentation
The property of certain metals whereby they are strongly attracted by a magnet. Ferromagnetism
An alloy of iron and silicon. Ferrosilicon
The process of removing suspended material from a liquid by allowing the liquid to pass through a porous material such as filter paper or a layer of sand. Filtration
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