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16 Cards in this Set

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Charged atom

Positive Ion

Have a deficiency of electrons

Negative Ion

Atoms have gained extra electrons


Solutions that promote conduction (electric current)

Acids that promote conduction in a liquid

Sulfuric acid ( lead acid batteries)

Copper sulfate ( used in electroplating process)

Cuprous cyanide ( also used in electroplating)


Process of plating one metal onto another metal/plastic.

Process of depositing atoms( ions) of one type of metal on another.


Objects to be plated must be connected to the negative electrode/terminal(cathode)


Plating material must be connected to the positive electrode/terminal (anode)


Process of decomposing a solution by passing an electric current through it ( chemical change)

Ionization Potential

The amount of voltage or potential that must be applied to cause ionization of a gas.

Electron Impact

The collision that occurs when an electron strikes another electron or object.

Metallic Salt

When magnesium is heated in the presence of chlorine gas, a magnesium atom combines with two chlorine atoms to form metallic salt.

Copper Sulfate

Is used in copper electroplating process

Conduction in a liquid depends on the movement of ___________

Charged atoms

Three basic substances that can be used to produce ionization in a liquid

Acid, alkali, metallic salt

Most important factor in the ionization of a gas

Electron impact