Flashcards in chapter 12 Deck (35)
all hair color products are organic chemicals , which means they what?
contain carbon and hydrogen
what si the study of substances that lack the element carbon , but contain the element hydrogen?
a characteristic of all inorganic substances is that they what
the simplest for of chemical matter that cannot be broken down without the loss of identity is a(n)?
there are how many naturally occurring elements, each with its own distinct physical and chemical properties?
the basi unit of matter , with a nucleus at the center surround by negatively charged electrons that move around the muscles in orbits, is a(n)?
chemically combining two or more are produces a what?
the chemical combinations of two or more atoms of different elements product a what?
sodium chloride is an example of a
what state of matter has a definite volume but takes the shape of its container
what is an example of a chemical property
ability to rust
change in the form of a substance that does not cause a chemical reaction is a what change
the oxidation of hair color is an example of a
what type of chemical reaction results int eh oxidizing agent being reduced and the reducing agent being oxidized
chemical reactions that are characterized by giving off heat are
the rapid oxidation of a substance, accompanied by the production of heat and light is know as what?
a chemical combination of matter in definite (fixed) proportions is a what
air contains many substances, including nitrogen,, carbon dioxide, and water vapor, and is an example of a what
a stable physical mixture of two or more substances in a solvent is a what
a substance, usually liquid , that dissolves another substance to form a solution is a what
mutually soluble liquids that can be mixed together to form clear solutions are what
what and alcohol are what
examples of miscible liquids
an unstable physical mixture of two or more immiscible substances is a what
substance that allow oil and water to mix, or emulsify are what
being "capable of combining with or attacking water (water-loving)" is defined as
" Having an affinity or attraction to fat and oils (oil-loving)" is defined as
what is an example of an oil in water emulsion of tow immiscible liquids
substances used to neutralize acids or raise the pH of many hair products are
what is an example of an ammonia compound that is used to perform chemical services in a salone