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Chemistry Vocab #15

Chemistry words 351-375

The pressure exerted by a vapor in equilibrium with its liquid. Pressure, Equilibrium Vapor
The pressure exerted by a column of mercury exactly 760 mmHg high at 0 degrees Celsius. Pressure, Standard
The quantum number designated energy level and electron cloud size. Principle Quantum Number
Proton transfer of electrons. Protolysis
A positively charged particle found in the nucleus of an atom. It has 1836/1837 of the mass of the simplest type of hydrogen atom. Proton
A discrete "packet" of energy. Quantum
The numbers that describe the distance from the nucleus, the shape and the position with respect to the 3 axes in space of an orbital, as well as the direction of spin of the electron(s) in each orbital. Quantum Numbers
Having the property of radioactivity. Radioactive
A radioactive change in which a nucleus emits a particle and rays, forming a slightly lighter, more stable nucleus. Radioactive Decay
The spontaneous breakdown of an unstable atomic nucleus with the emission of particles and rays. Radioactivity
An element or compound entering into a chemical reaction. Reactant
The atom or ion that supplies electrons during an oxidation-reduction reaction. Reducing Agent
Any chemical reaction that involves the gain of one or more electrons by an atom or ion. Reduction
A reaction in which the products may react to produce the original reactants. Reversible Reaction
A compound composed of the positive ions of an aqueous base and the negative ions of an aqueous acid. Salt
Pertaining to a solution in which the concentration of solute is the maximum possible under existing conditions. Saturated
A substance with an electric conductivity between that of a metal and an insulator. Semiconductor
A region about the nucleus of an atom in which electrons move. Shell
The reliable digits in a measurement based on the accuracy of the measuring instrument. Significant Digits
A reaction in which one element replaces another in a compound. Single Displacement
The phase of matter characterized by definite shape. Solid
The amount of a solute dissolved in a given amount of solvent at equilibrium, under specific conditions. Solubility
The dissolved substance in a solution. Solute
A homogeneous mixture of two or more substances, the composition of which may be varied within definite limits. Solution
The clustering of solvent particles about the particles of solute. Solvation
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