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A Positively Charged Subatomic Particle Is Called? Proton
A Negatively Charged Subatomic Particle Is Called? Electrons
An Atom With A charge Is A? Ion
The Number Of Protons Is Represented By The? Atomic Number
A Negatively Charged Ion Is Called? Anion
A Positively Charged Ion Is Called? Cation
Atoms With The Same Number Of Protons But Different Number Of Neutrons Are Called? Isotopes
A Substance That Can't Be Broken Down Into Simpler Substances Element
A Substance That Can Be Broken Down Into Simpler Substances Compound
Elements are arranged on the periodic table in order of increasing ...... ......? Atomic Number
What Is The Neutralizing Formula? Acid + Base -> Salt + Water
What Is The Pop Test Formula? Acid + Metal -> Salt + Hydrogen Gas
What Is The The Extinguishing Test Formula? Acid+ Carbonate -> Salt + Water + Co2
What Is Used To Check If A Substance Is Acidic Or Basic? pH Scale
What pH Is An Example Of A Strong Acid? pH 1 - 3
What pH Is An Example Of A Strong Base? pH 11 - 14
What pH Is An Example Of A Weak Acid? pH 4 - 6
What pH Is An Example Of A Weak Base? pH 8 -10
What Is Used To Measure pH? Indicator
What Do Indicators Do? Indicators Change Colors Depending On The pH Of The Solution.
What Is The Main Indicator That Is Used? Universal Indicator
What Is The Element Symbol for Hydrochloric? HCl
What Is The Element Symbol for Sodium Hydroxide? NaOH
What Is The Element Symbol for Sodium Chloride? NaCl
What Is The Equation For A Neutron? Atomic Mass - Atomic Number = Neutrons
What Are the Similarities and Differences in an Isotope? Same number of Protons but Different Number of Neutrons
What Does NGC Mean? Noble Gas Configuration
What Do Acids Produce? H+ Ions
What Do Bases Produce? OH- Ions
What Is A Neutralisation Reaction? Neutralisation is a reaction where an acid reacts with an base to form a neutral solution of a salt and water
An Example Of Neutralisation In Everyday Life? Vinegar + Jelly Fish Poison
What is a Valence Electron? Electrons found in the "Outer Shell"
Electrons Configuration Is? How the electrons are arranged in shells around the nucleus
What is in the center of an atom? Nucleus
Element or Compound: H20? Compound
Element or Compound: Mg? Element
Is Ice Melting a Physical or Chemical Change? Physical
Is Wood Burning a Physical or Chemical Change? Chemical
Is Salt Dissolving a Physical or Chemical Change? Physical
Is Digesting Food a Physical or Chemical Change? Chemical
How to start a Aim? To Investigate....
How To Start a Hypothesis? There is a relationship between the ...... IV and the DV
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