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A solution whose PH is less than 7.
A metallic solution or a mixture of two or more metals
A compound from which the water has been removed.
A negatively charged ion.
Substance that produces hydrogen ions when dissolved in water.
Substance that produces hydroxide ions when dissolved in water.
A solution where water is the solvent
The product in a neutralization reaction in which the salt is disassociated in water
A solution whose pH is greater than 7.
Binary Molecular Compound
A substance composed of only two different elements.
An attractive force between two or more atoms or molecules that holds them together in a compound or in solution.
A proton donor.
A proton acceptor.
A positively charged ion.
A form of matter containing two or more elements
To separate a compound into its ions in water.
Having no positive or negative charge
A chemical formula that shows the relative number of each type of atom in a molecule
A compound in which a specific number of water molecules is associated with each formula unit.
A group of at least two covalently bonded atoms.
A compound made up of molecules.
A representation of a compound which shows the absolute number of atoms of each element in a molecule.
An ion formed from a single atom.
A solution whose pH equals 7.
A reaction in which an acid and a base react to form water and a salt.
A scale that indicates the acidity of a solution; it is based on the concentration of hydrogen ions.
Polyatomic Ion An ion composed of two or more atoms
covalently bonded together
Material produced during a chemical reaction
One of the starting materials in a chemical reaction.
An ionic compound composed of positively charged cations and negatively charged anions.
Substance that dissociates completely into its ions when added to water and conducts electricity well.