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Chemistry Vocab #13

Chemistry words 301-325

A substance whose water solution does not conduct an electric current appreciably. Non-Electrolyte
One of a class of elements which are usually poor conductors of heat and electricity and are electronegative. Non-Metal
A bond in which there is essentially equal attraction for the shared electrons and a resulting balanced distribution of charge. Non-Polar Covalent Bond
A solution containing one gram equivalent of solute per liter of solution. Normal Solution
The concentration of a solution expressed in gram-equivalents of solute per liter of solution. Normality
Formation of a new substance through changes in the identity of the atoms involved. Nuclear Change
The emission of a proton or neutron from a nucleus as a result of bombarding the nucleus with alpha particles, protons, deuterons, neutrons, etc. Nuclear Disintegration
An equation representing changes in the nuclei of atoms. Nuclear Equation
The difference between the mass of a nucleus and the sum of the masses of its constituent particles. Nuclear Mass Defeat
A device in which the controlled fission of radioactive material produces new radioactive substances and energy. Nuclear Reactor
The positively charged dense, central part of an atom. Nucleus
A variety of atom as determined by the composition of its nucleus. Nuclide
The heaviest, most complex, naturally occurring nuclide in a decay series of radioactive elements. Nuclide, Parent
The absorption of a gas on a solid. Occulsion
An outer shell of an atom having s and p orbitals. Octet
A large furnace in which steel is made in a shallow pool. Open-Hearth
A highly probable location about a nucleus in which an electron may be found. Orbital, Space
The quantum number which indicates the shape of an orbital. Orbital, Quantum Number
A mineral containing an element that can be extracted profitably. Ore
Pertaining to carbon compounds, particularly hydrocarbons and their derivatives. Organic
A suspensoid in which an organic liquid is the dispersing medium. Organosol
A crystalline system in which there are three unequal axes at right angles. Orthorhombic
Any chemical reaction which involves the loss of one or more electrons by an atom or an ion. Oxidation
A number assigned to each element to indicate the number of electrons assumed to be gained, lost, or shared in compound formation. Oxidation Number
The difference between an electrode and its solution in a half-reaction. Oxidation Potential
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