a substance that undergoes a chemical reaction, often by combining with another substance.
A substance that is formed in a chemical reaction.
A type of reaction where substances combine to form new substances.
A type of reaction where substances break apart into two new substances.
Single Replacement Reaction
A type of reaction where one element takes the place of another element in a compound.
Double Replacement Reaction
A type of reaction where two compounds switch places.
A chemical reaction in which more energy is given off that is taken in. Often a temperature INCREASE will be measured on a thermometer.
A chemical reaction in which more energy is taken in than is given off. Often a temperature DECREASE will be measured on a thermometer.
the arrangement of symbols that shows both the kinds and number of atoms in a compound.
the arrangement of symbols and formulas used to show what happens during a chemical reaction.
The change of state from liquid to gas at the surface of a liquid
The change of state from a gas to a liquid
A subtance that dissolves other materials
A substance that is dissolved
Describes a solution with a small amount of solute compared to the solvent
Describes a solution with a large amount of solute compared to the amount of solvent
a compound that releases hydrogen ions in water (0-6 on pH scale)
A compound that releases hydroxide ions when dissolved in water. (8-14 on pH scale)
a set of numbers 0-14 used to measure the strength of acids and bases.
A substance that changes color at a certain range of pH values
A process in which an acid and a base react to produce a salt and water