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Section 1

(50 cards)

double displacement reaction

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solubility

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a measure of how much solute can dissolve in a given solvent at a given temperature.

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proton

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A subatomic particle that has a positive charge and that is found in the nucleus of an atom

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chemical change

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a change in matter in which a substance changes into a new substances with new physical and chemical properties.

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Catalyst

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A substance that speeds up or slows down the rate of a reaction without being consumed or altered.

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metalloids

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Inhibitor

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A substance that slows down or stops a chemical reaction

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evaporation

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liquid to a gas

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exothermic

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a chemical reaction in which energy is primarily given off in the form of heat; examples: candle flame, rusting iron

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Energy

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It takes ____________________ to break bonds.

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neutron

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A subatomic particle that has no charge and that is found in the nucleus of an atom

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physical change

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a change in a substance that was either size/shape or change in state

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dissolve

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to form a solution by mixing evenly

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condensation

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gas to a liquid

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gas

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Molecules are very far apart that form no definite shape or size - molecules will spread out as far as possible.

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single displacement reaction

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metals

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Precipitate

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A solid that forms from a solution during a chemical reaction.

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Chemical Bond

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the force that holds two atoms together in a molecule.

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freezing

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liquid to a solid

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product

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a substance that is formed in a chemical reaction.

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noble gases

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decomposition reaction

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liquid

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Molecules are farther apart that form a definite size but not a definite shape (takes the shape of its container).

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water

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The universal solvent.

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solution

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When a solute is dissolved in a solvent and creates a mixture.

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Atomic Mass

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total mass of protons and neutrons

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melting

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solid to a liquid

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nucleus of atom

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the positively charged center of an atom (made of protons and neutrons)

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reactant

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a substance that takes part in a chemical reaction.

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alkali metals

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Atomic Number

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Number of protons in an atom

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transition metals

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Solute

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Is the substance or mix that is dissolved in the solvent to create a solution.

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solid

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Molecules are very close together forms a definite shape and size

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electron

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A subatomic particle that has a negative charge *smallest part of the atom

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actinides

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lanthanides

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alkaline earth metals

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halogens

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atom

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smallest unit of matter

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synthesis reaction

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What is the most reactive element?

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Fluorine

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chemical reaction

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a process in which one or more substances are transformed into another substance

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Mixture

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When 2 or more substances are physically blended and can be separated easily because they are not bonded together like chemical reactions.

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endothermic

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a chemical reaction that forms with absorption of heat; examples: melting ice, cooking an egg, splitting ion pairs

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Chemical Formula

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A combination of chemical symbols and numbers to represent a substance

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Solvent

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Is the substance that the solute goes into.

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nonmetals

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coefficient

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a number that multiplies a term in an equation, which indicates the number of each type of molecule.

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Section 2

(20 cards)

In the chemical equation - 2 Na + Cl----> 2 NaCl Which side has the reactants?

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Left side: 2Na + Cl

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Look at Silicon (atomic #14) on the periodic table. Is it a metal, nonmetal or metalloid?

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metalloid

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True or False: If the element is brittle it is a metal.

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False! Brittle is a property for non-metals.

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Molecule

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The smallest part of a compound

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In the chemical equation: 2 Na + Cl ----> 2 NaCl Which side has the products?

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Right Side: 2 NaCl

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Which one of the following are compounds? NaCl, H20, CH4, O3

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NaCl, H2O, CH4

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Look at Argon (atomic # 18) on the periodic table. Is it a metal, nonmetal or metalloid?

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non-metal

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The nucleus of the atom is made up of which subatomic particles?

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Protons, Neutrons

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True or False: Metals are poor conductors of heat and electricity.

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False! Metals are GREAT conductors of heat and electricity.

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Law of Conservation of Matter and Mass

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Matter is neither created or destroyed. In a chemical reaction we must have the same number and type of atoms after the chemical change as were present before the chemical change.

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In the chemical equation: Na + Cl2 -----> NaCl Is the 2 the subscript or the coefficient?

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subscript

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Is the equation balanced? CH4 + 2 O2 ----> CO2 + 2 H2O

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Yes

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True or False: If the element is shiny (luster) it is a metal.

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True! Metals have luster.

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Look at Magnesium (atomic # 12) on the periodic table. Is it a metal, nonmetal or metalloid?

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metal

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True or False: Metals are found on the left side of the periodic table.

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True

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Three subatomic particles are:

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Protons, Electrons and Neutrons

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True or False: If the element is malleable it is a metal.

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True! You can bend the metal.

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Compound

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Two or more different elements chemically combined ex: KCl

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Periodic Table

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A chart of the elements showing the repeating pattern of their properties

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True or False: Metals can be made into wires (ductile).

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True!

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