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Poultice
A warm moist preparation placed on an aching or inflamed part of the body to ease pain, improve circulation, or hasten the expression of pus.
Indigent:
Lacking the necessities of life, such as food, clothing, and shelter.
Estuary
The wide lower course of a river where the tide flows in, causing fresh and salt water to mix.
Stalwart
Dependable and loyal.
Judicious
Showing wisdom, good sense, or discretion, often with the underlying aim of avoiding trouble or waste.
Suppliant
Expressing a humble but heart-felt appeal to somebody who has the power to grant a request.
Adoration
great love and esteem
Disparage
To refer disapprovingly to somebody or something.
Subjugation:
The act or process of bringing somebody, especially a people or nation, under the control of another, for example, by military conquest.
Speculative:
Based on conjecture or incomplete information.
Petulant
: Ill-tempered or sulky in a peevish manner.
Collusion
: Secret cooperation between people in order to do something illegal or underhanded.
Lethargy:
: Lack of energy, activity, or enthusiasm.
Edifice:
A building, especially a large or impressive one.
Furtive:
Done in a way that is intended to escape notice.
Bulwark:
A wall-like structure built to keep out attackers.
Covert:
Not intended to be known, seen, or found out.
Monotonous:
Uninteresting or boring as a result of being repetitive and unvaried.
Monolithic:
Consisting of or formed into a tall column of solid stone.
Germane:
Suitably related to something, especially something being discussed.
Hummock:
A small hill or mound.
Atoms
basic building blocks of life
Elements
substance that is only made up of 1 atom
Compounds
Two or more kinds of atoms are combinded in definite proportions
Nucleus
a small central part of an atom
Protons
small unit of mass that has positive electric charge
Neutrons
Small unit of mass that has a neutral charge
Electrons
One unit of negative electric charge
Atomic number
Tells how many units of positive charge are in the nucleus.
Molecule
Two or more atoms are combined and act as a single particle
Chemical bond
sharing of electrons by two atoms crate a force of attraction that holds the atoms together
Covalent bond
when a chemical bond is formed by the sharing of electrons
Diatomic molecule
a two-atom molecule
Ionic bond
Particles with opposite charges attract each other.
Chemical formula-
Atoms combined in definite proportions.
Structural formula
Is the number and kind of atoms in a molecule but also how the atoms are bonded to one another
Reactants
The substances that were present before the reaction started
Products
The new substances produced by the reaction
Law of conservation of mass-
Mass can be neither created nor destroyed
Base
a compound that produces hydroxide ions when dissolved in water
Neutralization
Process of reacting an acid base to produce a neutral solution .