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How matter is organized

SOLID, LIQUID, GAS

Chemical element

A substance that cannot be split into simpler substances


Chemical element

Atomic number vs


mass number

Back (Definition)

Isotopes

*Same atomic number (same number of protons) but different mass numbers (different numbers of neutrons)



* Nuclear structure does not change = STABLE = Ex: O^16,17,18

Radioactive isotopes (Radio isotopes)

ION/IONIZATION

And Adam that has plus or minus charge because it has an equal numbers of protons and electrons

ION/IONIZATION

And Adam that has plus or minus charge because it has an equal numbers of protons and electrons

MOLECULE

A group of at least two Adams that share electrons with covalent bond

ION/IONIZATION

And Adam that has plus or minus charge because it has an equal numbers of protons and electrons

MOLECULE

A group of at least two Adams that share electrons with covalent bond

COMPOUND

A substance that contains Adams of two or more different elements

Ions, molecules, and compounds

Three types of chemical bonds

1. Ionic bonds


2. Covalent bonds


3. Hydrogen bonds