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Science: Chemistry (Objective 11)
Law Of Conservation Of Mass
Chemical Reaction
Chemical Formula
Chemical Equation
In a closed system, matter cannot be created or destroyed. It…
Creates a new substance, as opposed to a physical reaction
a set of chemical symbols showing the elements present in a c…
A chemical equation is the symbolic representation of a chemi…
Law Of Conservation Of Mass
In a closed system, matter cannot be created or destroyed. It…
Chemical Reaction
Creates a new substance, as opposed to a physical reaction
24 terms
Chemistry: The Central Science Chapter 11
Intermolecular forces
Dipole-dipole forces
Ion-dipole forces
London dispersion force
Forces that exist BETWEEN molecules (as opposed to intramolec…
- Neutral polar molecules ... - Attract each other because the n…
- An ion and the partial charge on the end of a polar molecul…
- All molecules... - A temporary dipole is formed by the positiv…
Intermolecular forces
Forces that exist BETWEEN molecules (as opposed to intramolec…
Dipole-dipole forces
- Neutral polar molecules ... - Attract each other because the n…
Science vocab. 11 chemistry
Metal
Malleable
Ductile
Conductivity
A class of elements characterized by physical properties that…
A term used to describe material that can be pounded into shape
Term used to describe a material that can be pulled into a lo…
Ability of an object to transfer heat or electricity to anoth…
Metal
A class of elements characterized by physical properties that…
Malleable
A term used to describe material that can be pounded into shape
39 terms
Science Chemistry; Lessons 8- 11
A theory about the nature of atoms and…
- to help understand different kinds o…
1803
- all matter is made of small particle…
What is an atomic theory?
Why is the atomic theory important?
What year did John Dalton make his discovery?
What did John Dalton discover?
A theory about the nature of atoms and…
What is an atomic theory?
- to help understand different kinds o…
Why is the atomic theory important?
Science chemistry 2015 11 18
Physical properties
Compound
Elements
How we classify matter
Colour and lustre, conductivity, density, ductiliy, hardness,…
Composed of molecules. (2 or more elements combined chemicall…
Composed of atoms, each identical... Cannot be broken down furth…
By looking at particles
Physical properties
Colour and lustre, conductivity, density, ductiliy, hardness,…
Compound
Composed of molecules. (2 or more elements combined chemicall…
10 terms
Science: Chemistry 11-4-15
Insulator
Conductor
Endothermic
Exothermic
heat does not travel through it
heat can travel through it
takes in heat
gives off heat
Insulator
heat does not travel through it
Conductor
heat can travel through it
36 terms
Chemistry: The Central Science Chapter 11 Vocab
Intermolecular forces
Ion-dipole force
Dipole-dipole forces
London dispersion forces
The short-range attractive forces operating between the parti…
The force that exists between an ion and a neutral polar mole…
The force that exists because of the interactions of dimples…
Intermolecular forces resulting from attraction between induc…
Intermolecular forces
The short-range attractive forces operating between the parti…
Ion-dipole force
The force that exists between an ion and a neutral polar mole…
13 terms
science11 vocabulary chemistry and physics
chemistry
matter
volume
displaces
and physics are the studies of matter an energy
is any thing that takes up spaces
the amount of space something takes up
to replace matter with another kind of matter
chemistry
and physics are the studies of matter an energy
matter
is any thing that takes up spaces
10 terms
Science Chemistry Ch11 vocab
Motion
Frame of reference
Desplacement
Speed
Change in position relative to a reference point
A system for specifying the precise location of objects in sp…
The change in position of an object
The distance traveled divided by the time interval during whi…
Motion
Change in position relative to a reference point
Frame of reference
A system for specifying the precise location of objects in sp…
76 terms
C2 Chemistry Year 11 Additional Science
Ion
Positive ion
Negative ion
Ionic bond
Charged particle formed when atoms lose or gain electrons.
Formed when metal atoms lose electrons from their outer shell.
Formed when non-metal atoms gain electrons to their outer she…
Electrostatic attraction between ions of opposite charge.
Ion
Charged particle formed when atoms lose or gain electrons.
Positive ion
Formed when metal atoms lose electrons from their outer shell.
24 terms
Chemistry: The Central Science Chapter 11
Intermolecular forces
Dipole-dipole forces
Ion-dipole forces
London dispersion force
Forces that exist BETWEEN molecules (as opposed to intramolec…
- Neutral polar molecules ... - Attract each other because the n…
- An ion and the partial charge on the end of a polar molecul…
- All molecules... - A temporary dipole is formed by the positiv…
Intermolecular forces
Forces that exist BETWEEN molecules (as opposed to intramolec…
Dipole-dipole forces
- Neutral polar molecules ... - Attract each other because the n…
36 terms
Chemistry: The Central Science Chapter 11 Vocab
Intermolecular forces
Ion-dipole force
Dipole-dipole forces
London dispersion forces
The short-range attractive forces operating between the parti…
The force that exists between an ion and a neutral polar mole…
The force that exists because of the interactions of dimples…
Intermolecular forces resulting from attraction between induc…
Intermolecular forces
The short-range attractive forces operating between the parti…
Ion-dipole force
The force that exists between an ion and a neutral polar mole…
28 terms
year 11 chemistry additional science
how many electrons in a halogens outer…
what group is the 'halogens' ?
when reacting halogens with metal. wha…
what's the common ending of halogens ?
7
7
metal halides. They are salts
'ine'
how many electrons in a halogens outer…
7
what group is the 'halogens' ?
7
Science 11 Vocabulary Chemistry and Physics
Chemistry and Physics
Matter
Physics
Properties
Are the studies of matter and energy.
Is anything that take up space.
Is energy that makes everything in the world work, move, and…
The special features traits attributes of material in the uni…
Chemistry and Physics
Are the studies of matter and energy.
Matter
Is anything that take up space.
17 terms
Science Chemistry Assessment 11/10/16
Atomic Mass
Mass Number
Neutons
Electrons
the mass of an atom
the total number of neutrons and protons in the nucleus
a subatomic particle that has the same mass as a proton but w…
a subatomic particle with a negative electric charge
Atomic Mass
the mass of an atom
Mass Number
the total number of neutrons and protons in the nucleus
20 terms
Science solution chemistry 11/15/16
A mixture that isnt evenly dispersed,…
Universal solvent
Saltwater, cool-aid
Suspension
What is a heterogenous mixture
What is another name for water
Name a homogenous mixture
If the label on a bottle of medicine reads "shake well before…
A mixture that isnt evenly dispersed,…
What is a heterogenous mixture
Universal solvent
What is another name for water
14 terms
Science/Chemistry Vocab 11/22/15
physical change
chemical change
law of conservation of mass
energy
any change that alters the form or appearance of matter, but…
a change in matter that produces one or more new substances
matter is not created or destroyed in any chemical or physica…
the ability to do work or cause change
physical change
any change that alters the form or appearance of matter, but…
chemical change
a change in matter that produces one or more new substances
45 terms
Chemistry 11
Qualitative
Quantitative
Physical properties
Chemical properties
Colours, textures, smells, tastes, appearances
Length, height, area, volume, speed
Changes of state/form
A new substance is formed
Qualitative
Colours, textures, smells, tastes, appearances
Quantitative
Length, height, area, volume, speed
11 terms
Chemistry 11.2-11.3
Calorimetry
Calorimeter
Enthalpy
Thermochemical equation
the measurement of heat changes for physical and chemical pro…
A device for measuring heat changes.
The heat of content of a system at constant pressure.
A chemical equation that includes the amount of heat produced…
Calorimetry
the measurement of heat changes for physical and chemical pro…
Calorimeter
A device for measuring heat changes.
20 terms
Science - chemistry test 11/15
What is chemistry?
What is matter?
What charge is a proton?
Where are protons located in the atom?
the study of the properties of matter and how matter changes
anything that has mass and occupies space
positive
inside the nucleus
What is chemistry?
the study of the properties of matter and how matter changes
What is matter?
anything that has mass and occupies space
11 terms
8th grade Physical Science Chapter 11, The Chemistry of Living Things
Carbohydrates
Lipids
Proteins
Organic Compound
a class of energy giving nutrients that includes sugars, star…
a fat, waxes, oils, steroids, doesn't dissolve in water.
made up of molecules called amino acids.
a covalently bonded compound that contains carbon.
Carbohydrates
a class of energy giving nutrients that includes sugars, star…
Lipids
a fat, waxes, oils, steroids, doesn't dissolve in water.
Chemistry Chapter 1: The Science of Chemistry
properties of matter
solids
liquids
gases
solid, liquid, or gas
have fixed volume and shape... particles are arranged in a rigid…
have fixed volume but not a fixed shape... particles are arrange…
have neither fixed volume nor fixed shape... particles weakly at…
properties of matter
solid, liquid, or gas
solids
have fixed volume and shape... particles are arranged in a rigid…
68 terms
PHYSICAL SCIENCE, SIMPLE CHEMISTRY VOCABULARY, 4/11-4/14
Atom
Atomic Number
Boiling Point
Chemical Change
The smallest part of a substance which can exist and still ma…
Number of protons in the nucleus of one atom of an element.
The temperature at which a substance changes from a liquid to…
A change that results in the formation of a new substance, su…
Atom
The smallest part of a substance which can exist and still ma…
Atomic Number
Number of protons in the nucleus of one atom of an element.
science exam 20.11.16 - chemistry
group
period
element & compound
alpha
18 columns of elements in the periodic table
7 horizontal rows of the periodic table.
element has one type of atom, compound has more than one type
is stopped by paper
group
18 columns of elements in the periodic table
period
7 horizontal rows of the periodic table.
23 terms
Chemistry Chapter 1: The Science of Chemistry
properties of matter
solids
liquids
gases
solid, liquid, or gas
have fixed volume and shape... particles are arranged in a rigid…
have fixed volume but not a fixed shape... particles are arrange…
have neither fixed volume nor fixed shape... particles weakly at…
properties of matter
solid, liquid, or gas
solids
have fixed volume and shape... particles are arranged in a rigid…
chemistry people for science test 11/4
democritus
aristotle
John Dalton
JJ Thompson
developed the concept of the atom, atom=Greek for indivisible…
disagreed with Democritus, believed that you could never end…
developed the atomic theory upon which physical science is fo…
found a mistake in Dalton's theory discovered small particles…
democritus
developed the concept of the atom, atom=Greek for indivisible…
aristotle
disagreed with Democritus, believed that you could never end…
52 terms
Chemistry Grade 9 Science
WHMIS
Toxic
mass
matter
Workplace Hazardous Materials Information System
the amount of matter in a substance or an object
anything that has mass and volume
WHMIS
Workplace Hazardous Materials Information System
Toxic
Chemistry 11
Why does chemistry require unit conver…
Describe unitary rate and it's important
What does their universal scientific c…
Give the symbol, notation, and prefix…
Because chemistry involves relationships and comparisons betw…
A fraction used for comparisons between different units... It ex…
On the metric system, which is a system of measurement in whi…
Tera-T-10^12... Giga-G-10^9... Mega-M-10^6... Kilo-K-10^3... Base--10^0... C…
Why does chemistry require unit conver…
Because chemistry involves relationships and comparisons betw…
Describe unitary rate and it's important
A fraction used for comparisons between different units... It ex…
25 terms
Physical Science-Chemistry Vocab (11/30/16)
Substance
Element
Atom
Compound
matter that always has the exact same composition
a substance that cannot be broken down into simpler substances
the smallest part of an element
a substance that is made from two or more simpler substances…
Substance
matter that always has the exact same composition
Element
a substance that cannot be broken down into simpler substances
15 terms
Science | Chemistry
particle
atom
ion
valence electrons
any one of the very small parts of matter (such as a molecule…
the smallest particle of a substance that can exist by itself…
an atom or group of atoms that has a positive or negative ele…
an electron of an atom, located in the outermost shell (valen…
particle
any one of the very small parts of matter (such as a molecule…
atom
the smallest particle of a substance that can exist by itself…
14 terms
The science of chemistry
chemical
three phases of matter
volume of a solid
particles of a solid are ____
any substance with a definite composition
solid, liquid, gas
fixed
fixed in a rigid structure (slight vibrations)
chemical
any substance with a definite composition
three phases of matter
solid, liquid, gas
25 terms
Science Year 9 Chemistry 24.11.15
Number at the top
Number at the botton
Proton
Electron
Atomic mass is Protons + Neutrons
Atomic number is number of protons. (same as electrons)
Inside: +1 mass +1 charge
Outside: -1 mass 0 charge
Number at the top
Atomic mass is Protons + Neutrons
Number at the botton
Atomic number is number of protons. (same as electrons)
13 terms
Science chemistry quiz 12/11/2015
Ph
Acids
Bases
Ph scale
The mesure of how acidic basic or neutrality a substance is
Compounds have a sour taste produce hydrogen ions
Compounds have bitter taste producr hydroxide ions, slippery,…
A range of values from 0-14 zerp most acidic fourteen most ba…
Ph
The mesure of how acidic basic or neutrality a substance is
Acids
Compounds have a sour taste produce hydrogen ions
7 terms
Physical Science: Carbon Chemistry
polymers
monomers
fossil fuels
combustion
Molecules that are chains of repeating units; proteins and DN…
A chemical subunit that serves as a building block of a polym…
Coal, oil, natural gas, and other fuels that are ancient rema…
A rapid reaction between oxygen and fuel that results in fire
polymers
Molecules that are chains of repeating units; proteins and DN…
monomers
A chemical subunit that serves as a building block of a polym…
Chemistry Chapter 1: The Science of Chemistry
properties of matter
solids
liquids
gases
solid, liquid, or gas
have fixed volume and shape... particles are arranged in a rigid…
have fixed volume but not a fixed shape... particles are arrange…
have neither fixed volume nor fixed shape... particles weakly at…
properties of matter
solid, liquid, or gas
solids
have fixed volume and shape... particles are arranged in a rigid…
Chemistry 11
element
atom
nucleus
proton
substance that CANNOT be chemically broken down into simpler…
smallest part of an element that can be identified as that el…
center, or core, of an atom (where the protons and neutrons a…
particle that has a positive charge - located in the nucleus…
element
substance that CANNOT be chemically broken down into simpler…
atom
smallest part of an element that can be identified as that el…
Science chemistry
neutrons
atoms
electrons
mass
a subatomic particle of about the same mass as a proton but w…
the basic unit of a chemical element.... • atoms as a source of…
a stable subatomic particle with a charge of negative electri…
Mass is not the same thing as weight. Weight has meaning only…
neutrons
a subatomic particle of about the same mass as a proton but w…
atoms
the basic unit of a chemical element.... • atoms as a source of…
Science Chemistry Test 11.4.15
Mass
What is mass measured in?
Volume
What is volume measured in?
The measurement of the amount of matter in an object
Grams
The amount of space in a 3 dimensional object (how much space…
Milliliters and cm cubed
Mass
The measurement of the amount of matter in an object
What is mass measured in?
Grams
23 terms
Chemistry Chapter 1: The Science of Chemistry
States of matter
solids
liquids
gases
solid, liquid, or gas
have fixed volume and shape... particles are arranged in a rigid…
have fixed volume but not a fixed shape... particles are arrange…
have neither fixed volume nor fixed shape... particles weakly at…
States of matter
solid, liquid, or gas
solids
have fixed volume and shape... particles are arranged in a rigid…
55 terms
Science Chemistry
Atom
Chemistry
Proton
Neutron
Smallest unit of matter
The study of matter
Positively charged particle in the nucleus of an atom
A small particle in the nucleus of the atom, with no electric…
Atom
Smallest unit of matter
Chemistry
The study of matter
21 terms
Chemistry: The Central Science Chapter 11 Vocab
Intermolecular forces
dispersion forces,
Dipole-dipole forces
London dispersion forces
The short-range attractive forces operating between the parti…
operate between all molecules
The force that exists because of the interactions of dimples…
Intermolecular forces resulting from attraction between induc…
Intermolecular forces
The short-range attractive forces operating between the parti…
dispersion forces,
operate between all molecules
Science - chemistry
Matter
Solids
Liquids
Gases
Anything that takes up space and has mass.
The molecules are in a fixed position-they can't move out of…
The molecules have enough energy to slid and roll over each o…
The molecules have enough energy to separate completely from…
Matter
Anything that takes up space and has mass.
Solids
The molecules are in a fixed position-they can't move out of…
20 terms
Chemistry: A Molecular Science Chapter 11
boiling point
capillary action
condensation
conductor
The temperature at which the equilibrium vapor pressure of a…
The process whereby a liquid rises in a small-diameter tube d…
Process whereby a molecule in the gas phase enters the liquid…
a material that conducts electric current; has an overlapping…
boiling point
The temperature at which the equilibrium vapor pressure of a…
capillary action
The process whereby a liquid rises in a small-diameter tube d…
Science Bowl Chemistry Vocab
Electronegativity
Titration
1st Law of Thermodynamics
Ideal Gas Law
Ranges from 0.7-4.0. Generally increases to the right and up…
Technique that uses a known conc of a base to determine an un…
States that heat is a form of energy, thermodynamic processes…
first stated by Émile Clapeyron in 1834 as a combination of B…
Electronegativity
Ranges from 0.7-4.0. Generally increases to the right and up…
Titration
Technique that uses a known conc of a base to determine an un…
SCIENCE: CHEMISTRY TEST- 11/09/15
Define Solid (PARTICLES, HOW DO THEY M…
Define Liquid. (PARTICLES, HOW DO THEY…
Define Gas. (PARTICLES, HOW DO THEY MO…
Define Plasma. Where can it be found?…
solids have a fixed shape & volume. The particles in a solids…
Liquids have a definite volume but not a definite shape. The…
Gases have no fixed shape or volume. They have a tendency to…
The fourth state of matter. It can only be created at a high…
Define Solid (PARTICLES, HOW DO THEY M…
solids have a fixed shape & volume. The particles in a solids…
Define Liquid. (PARTICLES, HOW DO THEY…
Liquids have a definite volume but not a definite shape. The…
9 terms
SCIENCE: Introduction to Chemistry
Chemistry
Matter
Elements
Compounds
the study of matter and how it changes
anything that has mass and takes up space; they are materials
the simplest materials and made from just one kind of atom an…
single unique materials formed from two or more elements and…
Chemistry
the study of matter and how it changes
Matter
anything that has mass and takes up space; they are materials
Chemistry Chap. 11
coordinate-covalent bond
strength
acid
base
one atom furnishes both bonding electrons
refers to the amount of ionization or breaking apart that a p…
proton donor
proton acceptor
coordinate-covalent bond
one atom furnishes both bonding electrons
strength
refers to the amount of ionization or breaking apart that a p…
100 terms
Science Chemistry #3 Test-- 11/3/15
Physical properties
Chemical properties
define malleability
define luster
properties of matter that DO NOT CHANGE THE CHEMICAL NATURE o…
properties of matter DO CHANGE CHEMICAL NATURE OF MATTER... - ma…
ability to be hammered
shiny
Physical properties
properties of matter that DO NOT CHANGE THE CHEMICAL NATURE o…
Chemical properties
properties of matter DO CHANGE CHEMICAL NATURE OF MATTER... - ma…
Chemistry 11
Four C's of Diamond Value
A dash in a Lewis structure
The Luster or Shine of most metal is c…
The Measure of an atom's ability to at…
Carat, Clarity. Color & Cut
Represents 2 Electrons
Electrons
Electronegativity
Four C's of Diamond Value
Carat, Clarity. Color & Cut
A dash in a Lewis structure
Represents 2 Electrons
Chemistry Chapter 1: The Science of Chemistry
properties of matter
solids
liquids
gases
solid, liquid, or gas
have fixed volume and shape... particles are arranged in a rigid…
have fixed volume but not a fixed shape... particles are arrange…
have neither fixed volume nor fixed shape... particles weakly at…
properties of matter
solid, liquid, or gas
solids
have fixed volume and shape... particles are arranged in a rigid…
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