the symbols and subscripts of elements
the number written after a symbol which tells the number of atoms of that element are in the compound
shows the elements in the compound and the ratio of atoms of those elements
a nonreactive element that is in group 18 on the periodic table
describes an atom whose outer energy level is completely filled with electrons
possitive oxidation number
variable oxidation states
negative oxidation number
force that holds atoms together in a compound
atoms that have a charge
the charge of an atom
possitive to negative/ metal to nonmetal
speed of signals moving along the nerve cells
nonmetal to nonmetal/ polar and nonpolar
possitive to negative/ nonmetal to nonmetal
negative to negative/ nonmetal to nonmetal
having opposite ends
no oppostie charge
compounds that are poisonous
Latin root- to tear up
compounds that burn easily
a possitive or negative number assigned to an element to show its combining ability in a compound
a compound that is composed of two elements
having many atoms
a group of atoms that has a positive or negative charge which is covalently bonded
compound that has water chemically attached to its ions and written into its chemical formula
a compound in which all of the water has been removed
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