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Chemistry Vocab #14

Chemistry words 326-350

Any chemical process in which there is a transfer of electrons, either partial or complete. Oxidation-Reduction Reaction
A compound usually consisting of oxygen and one other element. Oxide
The atom or ion which takes up electrons during an oxidation. Oxidizing Agent
The property of a substance whereby it is attracted into a magnetic field. Paramagnetism
A compound of copper and arsenic. Paris Green
The pressure each gas of a gaseous mixture would exert if it alone were present. Partial Pressure
A compound consisting of amino acid groups joined by the peptide linkage. Peptide
The O=-C-N-H linkage. Peptide Linkage
A horizontal row of elements in the periodic table. Period
A property of elements that appears periodically when the elements are arranged in order of their atomic numbers. Periodic Property
A tabular arrangement of the chemical elements based on their atomic structure. Periodic Table
A liquid mixture of hydrocarbons obtained from beneath the surface of the ground. Petroleum
Hydronium ions index; the common logarithm of the reciprocal of the hydronium-ion concentration. pH
An electronic device for the determination of pH values in solutions. pH Meter
A logarithmic scale expressing degree of acidity or basicity. pH Scale
A quantum (unit) of electromagnetic radiation energy. Photon
Ejection of electrons from a surface exposed to light. Photoelectric Energy
The process by which plants produce carbohydrates and oxygen with the acid of sunlight. Photosynthesis
A change in which the identifying properties of a substance remain unchanged. Physical Change
Those properties that can be determined without causing a change in the identity of a material. Physical Properties
A natural or synthetic material that can be shaped while soft into a required form and then hardened to produce a durable finished article. Plastic
A covalent bond in which there is an unequal attraction for the shared electrons and a resulting unbalanced distribution of charge. Polar Covalent Bond
A compound formed by two or more simpler molecules or radicals with repeating structural units. Polymer
A substance usually a solid, which separates from a solution as a result of some physical or chemical change. Precipitate
The pressure required to liquify a gas at its critical temperature. Pressure, Critical
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