CH. 2

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  1. H
    hydrogen
  2. Li
    lithium
  3. Na
    sodium
  4. K
    Potassium
  5. Cs
    cesium
  6. Be
    berylium
  7. Mg
    magnesium
  8. Ca
    calcium
  9. Ba
    Barium
  10. Sc
    scandium
  11. Ti
    titanium
  12. Zr
    zirconium
  13. V
    vandium
  14. Cr
    chromium
  15. Mo
    molybdenum
  16. W
    tungsten
  17. Mn
    manganese
  18. Fe
    iron
  19. U
    uranium
  20. Co
    cobalt
  21. Ni
    nickel
  22. Cu
    copper
  23. Ag
    silver
  24. Au
    gold
  25. Pt
    platinum
  26. Hg
    mercury
  27. Cd
    cadmium
  28. Zn
    zinc
  29. B
    boron
  30. C
    carbon
  31. N
    nitrogen
  32. O
    oxygen
  33. F
    flourine
  34. Ne
    neon
  35. He
    helium
  36. Ar
    argon
  37. Kr
    krypton
  38. Rn
    radon
  39. I
    iodine
  40. Br
    bromine
  41. Cl
    chlorine
  42. S
    sulfur
  43. Se
    selenium
  44. As
    arsenic
  45. P
    phosphorus
  46. Si
    silicon
  47. Ge
    germanium
  48. Sn
    tin
  49. Pb
    lead
  50. Al
    aluminum
  51. Ga
    gallium
  52. the most basic form of matter that exists under ordinary circumstances
    element
  53. a unique substance that is composed of two or more elements that are chemically combined
    compound
  54. smallest fundamental particle of an element that has the properties of that element
    atoms
  55. formed by the chemical combination of two or more atoms
    molecules
  56. molecules of atoms of two different elements
    molecular compounds
  57. the force holding the atoms together in a molecular compound
    covalent bonds
  58. attraction between opposite charges or repulsion between same charges
    electrostatic forces
  59. charged atoms or molecules
    cations- positively charged
    anions- negatively charged
    ions
  60. compounds consisting of ions
    ionic compounds
  61. the forces holding ionic compounds together [metals/nonmetals]
    ionic bonds
  62. the number of protons in the nuclei of the isotopes of a particular element
    atomic number
  63. the number of protons and neutrons in a nucleus
    mass number
  64. atoms having the same atomic number but different mass numbers
    isotope
  65. an experimental number determined from all naturally occuring isotopes
    atomic mass

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