it14spr.Ch2T7,8,9.txt

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  1. Substance that ionizes in a water solution
    Electrolyte
  2. Substance that ionizes in water to release hydrogen ions
    Acid
  3. Substance that ionized in water, releasing hydroxide ions (OH-) or other ions that combine with hydrogen ions.
    Base
  4. Compound produced by a reaction between an acid and a base
    Salt
  5. Shorthand notation for the hydrogen ion concentration used to indicate the acidic or alkaline condition of a solution
    PH Scale
  6. Increase in the pH of body fluids above 7.45
    Alkalosis
  7. Decrease in pH of body fluids below 7.35
    Acidosis
  8. Substance that can react with a strong acid or base to form a weaker acid or base
    Buffer
  9. CO2+H20 H2CO3 H++ HCO3-
    Carbonic acid dissociation Formula
  10. Molecule that contains carbon and hydrogen
    Organic
  11. Chemical that does not include both carbon and hydrogen atom
    Inorganic
  12. Condition when the quantities of electrolytes entering the body equal those leaving it
    Electrolyte Balance
  13. Organic compound consisting of carbon, hydrogen, and oxygen
    Carbohydrate
  14. Sweet-tasting carbohydrate
    Sugar
  15. Single sugar, such a glucose or fructose
    Monosaccharide
  16. Sugar produced by the union of two monosaccharides
    Disaccharide
  17. Carbohydrate composed of many joined momosaccharides
    Polysaccharide

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