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Chemistry Vocab #16

Chemistry words 376-400

The dissolving medium in a solution. Solvent
The pattern of colors formed by passing light through a prism. Spectrum
A solution whose concentration is known with a high degree of accuracy. Standard Solution
Pertaining to the numerical relationships of elements and compounds and the mathematical properties of reactants and products in chemical reactions. Stoichiometry
The abbreviation for "standard temperature and pressure". STP
The change of phase from a solid to a vapor. Sublimation
Pertaining to a solution that contains an amount of solute in excess of that normally possible under existing conditions. Super Saturated
The apparent "skin" effect on the surface of a liquid or solid due to unbalanced forces on the surface particles. Surface Tension
A dispersion of particles > 100nm in a continuous medium. Suspension
A measure of the ability of a system to transfer heat to, or acquire heat from, other systems. Temperature
Temperature on the Celsius scale that has 2 fixed points, the freezing point and the steam point of water, as 0 degrees and 100 degrees Celsius. Temperature, Celsius
An acid containing hydrogen, usually oxygen and one other element. Ternary Acid
A plausible explanation of a natural phenomenon in terms of a simple model that has familiar properties. Theory
The process by which the capacity of a solution of unknown concentration to combine with one of known concentration is measured. Titration
Pertaining to subgroups of elements characterized by the belated filling of the next-to-outermost energy level of atoms. Transition
The temperature and pressure at which all three states of a substance are in equilibrium. Triple Point
The study of the interaction of matter and ultraviolet radiation. Ultraviolet Spectroscopy
The smallest portion of the crystal lattice that exhibits the pattern of the lattice structure. Unit Cell
An organic compound containing one or more multiple bonds. Unsaturated Compound
Forces of attraction between molecules. Vander Waals Forces
The gaseous state of a substance that is liquid or solid at room temperature and pressure. Vapor
The equilibrium state between a liquid and its vapor. Vapor Equilibrium
An electrochemical cell arranged to deliver an electric current to an external circuit. Voltaic Cell
The measure of the earth's gravitational attraction for a body. Weight
Electromagnetic radiations of high frequency and short-wave lengths. X-Rays
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