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Chemistry Unit Pt. 1

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Alkali Metals Elements in group 1 of periodic table
Alkaline Earth Metals Elements in group 2 of periodic table
Bond particles that are joined
Chemical Formula Notation that indicates the type and number of atoms in a substance
Ionic Bond Bond between a metal and nonmetal
Ionic Compound a bond that consists of positively and negatively charged ions
Anion Negatively charged atom
Cation Positively charged atom
Boiling Point temperature at when a liquid changes substance to a gas
Boiling liquid changes to gas
Chemical Change the changing of one substance to another
Chemical Property characteristic of a substance when the composition is changed to another
Combustibility can light on fire
Compound a substance that is composed of different elements that are chemically joined
Condensation gas to liquid
Deposition gas to solid
Element a pure substance that can not be broken down to a smaller substance in any change
Freezing liquid to solid
Freezing Point Temperature that a liquid changes to a solid
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