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Vocabulary 7 Kieb

Symbol C, a naturally abundant, nonmetallic element that occurs in many inorganic and in all organic compounds. Carbon
An unstable poisonous, allotrope of Oxygen O3 that is formed naturally in the ozone layer from atmospheric oxygen's exposure to ultraviolet radiation. Ozone
An atom or molecule that has no net electrical charge. Electrically Neutral
Symbol O, nonmetallic element, that makes up 1% of the atmosphere b volume, that occurs as a diatomic gas O2, and is in many compounds. It is essential for plant and animal respiration and nearly all combustion. Oxygen
Symbol CH4. A colorless, odorless, flammable gas that is the main constituent of natural gas. Methane
Transfer of energy through matter caused by collisions between particles within the substance. Conduction
The tendency of of a trait to occur at regular intervals within the Periodic Table. Periodicity
Created by: kieblerk