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This number is how many different kinds of atoms make up an element.
One
A group of symbols and numbers that shows what elements make up a compound.
Chemical Formula
H2SO4
2 hydrogen atoms, 1 sulfur atom, 4 oxygen atoms
These are the properties of metals.
Usually shiny, can be formed into sheets and wire and are good conductors of heat and electricity.
This part of a solution makes up the smallest part.
Solute
The four groups all elements are sorted into.
Metals, nonmetals, semimetals, noble gases.
These particles of an atom swarm around the nucleus like a swarm of bees.
Electrons
One or two letters used to stand for the name of an element.
Chemical Symbol
A substance that cannot be broken down into any other substance by ordinary chemical means is this.
element
This is one way that compounds and mixtures are alike.
They are both made up of different kinds of matter.
These two particles are located in the center or nucleus of an atom.
Protons and neutrons
This is one way atoms can be joined together to form a compound.
Two different kinds of atoms may share electrons.
This is one way atoms may be joined together to form a compound.
A positively charged atom and a negatively charged atom are attracted to each other and become chemically bonded.
This part of an atom has a neutral charge.
Neutron
This is the center of an atom.
Nucleus
This part of a solution is the largest part.
Solvent
This describes how many different kinds of atoms make up a compound.
Two or more
A substance made up of two or more elements that are chemically combined.
Compound
This is one way that compound and mixtures are different.
The parts of a mixture can be physically separated; a compound cannot.
a mixture in which the different particles or kinds of matter are spread evenly throughout the mixture.
Mixture
This part of an atom has a positive electrical charge.
Proton
These are examples of mixtures.
glass, air, brick, cement, asphalt, blood sweat, tears, saliva
This is a particle made up of a group of atoms that are chemically bonded, or joined.
Molecule
This is one way that compounds and mixtures are different.
The parts that make up a compound lose their original properties; the parts that make up a mixture keep their original properties.
This is a way that compounds and mixtures are different.
A compound can be written as a chemical formula; a mixture cannot.
This part of an atom has a negative electrical charge.
Electron
This is a liquid mixture is which some particles are temorarily suspended in the mixture. Example salad dressing
Suspension