the building blocks of matter
has a neutral charge, and is located in the nucleus
has a positive charge, and is located in the nucleus
has a negative charge, and orbits around the nucleus
a pure substance that cannot be broken down into simpler substances
atoms of the same element that have different numbers of neutrons
a substance formed when two or more elements combine.
formed when electrons are shared between atoms
electrical attraction between two oppositely charged atoms.
formed when electrons are lost or gained by an atom
process by which atoms or groups of atoms are reorganized into different substances with different properties
starting substances, side pointing away from the arrow
substances formed. the side the arrow is pointing to.
have partial positive and partial negative ends
weak attraction between the negative end of one molecule and the positive end of another.
water molecules bonding to themselves
water molecules bonding to other surfaces.
evenly distributed mixture.
the substance that is dissolved in another substance
the substance in which another substance is dissolved in
any compound that can release hydrogen ions when in solution
anything with a pH>7
measure of acid/base strength
solutions that can react with acids or bases to keep the pH in a particular range (6.5-7.5)
large molecules formed by joining small organic molecules together.