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  1. Same somotic pressure
    Isotonic
  2. Paradichlorobenzene
    Mold inhibitor
  3. Glycerol
    Humectant
  4. Paraformaldehye is polymer of
    Formaldehyde
  5. Atomic number
    Total number of protons or electrons
  6. Humectant
    Sorbitol
  7. Electrical charge of electron
    Negative
  8. Polymerization of formaldehyde is inhibited by addition of
    Methanol
  9. Sodium Citrate
    Anticoagulant
  10. Adipocere
    Body fats
  11. Citrates and Oxalates
    Anticoagulants
  12. Paraformaldehyde is formaldehyde in
    Solid State
  13. Glycols
    Humectants
  14. Charged group atoms as single unit in chemical reaction
    Polyatomic ion
  15. Perfuming agents
    Esters
  16. Sodium lauryl sulfate
    Surfactant
  17. Reduce surface tension, aid in penetration
    Surfactant
  18. Function of Plaster of Paris
    Dehydration
  19. NaOH
    Sodium Hydroxide
  20. Humectants
    Polyhydric Alcohols
  21. Methyl Salicylate
    Deodorant
  22. Trihydroxy alcohol
    Glycerol
  23. Most common form of oxygen
    Molecular Oxygen
  24. Synonymous for ployatomic
    Radical
  25. Proton
    Positively charged
  26. Oxidation number for Ammonium Radical
    +1
  27. Ethanoic Acid
    Acetic Acid
  28. Oxygen means
    Acid former
  29. Magnesium Chloride
    MgCl2-
  30. R-OH
    General Formula
  31. Main constituent in acid
    Hydrogen
  32. Identical molecular formula, different structural formula
    Isomers
  33. Filler in autopsy chemical mixtures
    Perlite
  34. Group of atoms functioning as single atom in chemical reaction
    Radical
  35. Chlorine
    Halogen
  36. Atom has gained or lost electrons in chemical reaction
    Ion
  37. Readily absorbs appreciable quantities of moisture from air
    Hygroscopic
  38. Liquid's resistance to flow
    Viscosity
  39. Used as buffer; act as acid or base
    Amphoteric
  40. Most complex carbohydrates
    Polosaccharides
  41. General formula for amines
    RNH2-
  42. General formula for ethers
    ROR
  43. General formula for esters
    RCOOR
  44. Florine
    F
  45. General formula for organic acids
    RCOOH
  46. Pass through both filter and semipermeable membrane
    True Solution
  47. General formula for ketones
    RCOR
  48. General formula for aldehydes
    RCHO
  49. General formula for alcohols
    ROH
  50. Alkane
    C2H6
  51. Stable organic molecule
    4 bonds
  52. All open chained hydrocarbons
    Aliphatic
  53. Partial oxidation of wood alcohol
    Formaldehyde
  54. Formula for ethanol
    C2H5OH
  55. Reactive portion of organic acids
    Carboxyl group
  56. Sugar in bloodstream
    Glucose
  57. Synonym for phenol
    Carbolic acid
  58. Disaccharide
    Sucrose
  59. Complete reduction of formaldehyde
    Methane
  60. 212 F
    100 C
  61. Hydrocarbons which carbon is linked by double bonds
    Alkenes
  62. Hydrogen atom replaced by atom of element in Halogen family
    Ketones
  63. Deamination and decarboxylation occur simultaneously
    Putrefaction
  64. Fluorine and iodine related to
    Bromine
  65. Volume
    Liter
  66. Calcium
    Ca
  67. Attachment of hydroxyl group to carbon atom joined directly to two other carbon atoms in chain
    Secondary Alcohol
  68. Carbon to carbon bond
    Covalent bond
  69. Diagram shows arrangement of atoms in compound
    Structural formula
  70. Saturated hydrocarbon compound
    Ethane
  71. Unsaturated hydrocarbon compound
    Ethene
  72. Monohydroxy alcohol
    Ethanol
  73. Methanoic Acid
    Formic Acid
  74. Polyhydroxy Alcohol
    Sorbitol
  75. Hydroxide Compounds
    Alcohols
  76. Dehydration of organic acid and alcohol
    Ester
  77. Derivatives of ammonia
    Amines
  78. Simplest hydrocarbon compound
    Methane
  79. Oxidation of formaldehyde
    Formic acid
  80. Manner of chemical union between inorganic compounds
    non-metals gain electrons, metals lose electrons
  81. Abbreviated expression representing compound
    Formula
  82. Valence electrons affecting metallic and non-metallic compounds are located in
    Outer orbital ring
  83. Metallic element becomes electrically charged by
    Giving up electron
  84. Non-metallic element becomes electronically charged by
    Receiving electron
  85. Manner which most metals and non-metals unite chemically
    Electron transfer
  86. Alkane
    Ethane
  87. Outer orbital ring of metallic and non-metallic elements contain
    Valence electrons
  88. Aromatic substance
    Phenol
  89. Alkyne
    Ethyne
  90. Changing Centigrade to Fahrenheit
    9/5
  91. Halide Compound
    Carbon Tetrachloride
  92. Ketone
    Propanone
  93. NOT organic compound
    Sodium Chloride
  94. Water combined to form crystalline compounds
    Hydrates
  95. Partial oxidation of primary alcohol yields
    Aldehyde
  96. Hg
    Mercury
  97. Alkane compounds
    Saturated hydrocarbon compounds
  98. Hydrocarbon compounds contain at least one double or triple bond
    Unsaturated
  99. Oxidation and reduction reactions
    Occur in same reaction
  100. Alcohol with single hydroxyl unitl attached to end carbon
    Primary alcohol
  101. Oxidation and Reduction
    Cannot take place without each other
  102. Dehydration reaction between alcholos
    Ether
  103. Alkyne compound
    3 electrons shared between carbons
  104. NH3
    Ammonia
  105. Hemoglobin
    Protein
  106. Electrolytes
    Release positive and negative ions
  107. Glycogen
    Carbohydrate
  108. Release positively and negatively charged ions
    Electrolytes
  109. Hexose monosaccharide
    Six
  110. Release no free ions in solution
    non-electrolytes
  111. Proteins
    Amphoteric
  112. H ions
    Acids
  113. By-product of hydrolysis of fats
    Fatty acids and Glycerol
  114. OH ions
    Bases
  115. Electrolyte
    Conducts electricity
  116. Salt serving as electrolyte would release
    Metallic ions and ions of non-metals or non-metallic radicals
  117. Polyatomic ion of hypochlorite composed of chlorine and
    Oxygen
  118. Positively charged ions
    Cations
  119. Aldehyde group
    Aldose
  120. Negatively charged ion
    Anions
  121. Oxidation of lipids
    Carbon dioxide and water
  122. Oxidation of carbohydrates
    Carbon dioxide and water
  123. Remocal of amino group from amino acid
    Deamination
  124. Oxidation of proteins
    Carbon dioxide, water, and urea
  125. Absorb large quantities of water
    Imbibition
  126. Compounds held together by peptide bonds
    Proteins
  127. Esters
    Lipids
  128. Ammonium Radical
    Quaternaries
  129. Lanolin
    Humectant
  130. Surfactants
    Wetting agents
  131. Bases
    Yield hydroxide ions upon ionization, proton acceptors
  132. Air
    Oxygen and Nitrogen
  133. Ammonia with formaldehyde
    Urotropin
  134. Yields hydrogen
    Acids
  135. Yield metallic and non-metallic ions
    Salts
  136. Cadaverine
    1, 5 - diaminopentane
  137. Reaction that absorbs heat
    Endothermic
  138. Lead
    Pb
  139. Glucose
    Dextrose
  140. Ternary compound
    Sulfuric acid, Nitric acid
  141. Putrescine
    Amine
  142. Tristearin
    Fat
  143. HCHO and NH3 reaction
    Urotropin
  144. Tincture solution
    Alcohol as solvent
  145. True solution
    Salt and water

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