Nonmetallic oxide that reacts with water to form an acidic solution
Salt formed by replacing part of the H+ ions in a polyprotic acid with metallic ions. (Ex. NaHSO4)
Series of radioactive elements starting with Ac and ending with Lr
Type of carbon that has high degree of ADSORPTION
Adhesion (in very thin layer) of molecules of gases/dissolved substances/liquids to the surfaces of solid or liquid bodies that they come into contact with
Forms of same element with different crystal structures
Positively charged (+2) helium nucleus
Compound derived from ammonia by subbing 1+ hydrocarbon radicals for H atoms (Ex. CH3NH2)
Acid turns litmus paper _____
Pink or red (Litmus paper is turned pink or red by ____)
Having no definite crystal structure
A hydroxide that can have both acidic and basic properties (depending on which substance it reacts with)
Positively charged electrode Attracts negative ions Oxidation happens here
Substance used to remove excess Cl in bleaching process
The principle that posits that: an electron occupies the lowest energy orbital that can receive it.
Bases turn litmus paper _____. They also _______ (accept/donate) protons.
This turns litmus paper BLUE and accepts protons.
Metallic oxide that forms a base in water
High-speed, negatively charged electrons 0-1e or -10ß emitted in radiation.
Compound composed of two elements
Temperature at which vapor pressure of liquid equals atmospheric pressure
Nuclear reactor where more fissionable material is produced than is used up during operation
Continuous zigzagging movement of collodial particles in a dispersing medium when viewed through an ultramicroscope
Amound of heat needed to raise one gram of water one degree celsius
water with CO2
Electrode that is negatively charged and attracts positive ions. This is where reduction occurs.
Streams of electrons given off by the cathode of a vacuum tube
Reaction produced during muclear fission where neutrons from one reaction start another and then another, etc.
Properties dependent on concentration and not the type of particles present in solutions
Particles larger than those found in solution but smaller than in a suspension
Part of a nuclear reactor than controls the speed of the chain reaction by absorbing neutrons. (A rod of a certain metal like cadmium)
Covalent bonding where both electrons in a pair come from same atom