Bonding, Chemical Reactions, and Acids and Bases

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Chemical reaction where one element replaces another in a compound
Does an atom become positive or negative when it loses an electron?
A biological catalyst that helps chemical reactions occur at body temperature
Type of bond that forms when electrons are shared
The amount of a substance in a given volume
Compound that changes color when it comes in contact with an acid or base
Type of bond that forms between nonmetals
Type of bond that forms between a metal and a nonmetal
Chemical reaction where two or more elements or compounds combine to make a more complex substance
The minimum amount of energy needed to start a chemical reaction
Reacts with metals and carbonates, tastes sour, and turns litmus paper red
Tastes bitter, feels slippery, and turns litmus paper blue
A number placed after a chemical symbol in an equation
Type of electron in the outermost shell
This type of ion is produced when a base is in water
A positively charged ion
A negatively charged ion
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True or false: As the concentration of reactants increases, the rate of a chemical reaction increases.
Chemical reaction where elements in a compound trade places with elements in another compound
Scale used to determine the strength of an acid or base
This type of ion is produced when an acid is in water
A material that increases the reaction rate by lowering the activation energy needed
A reaction between an acid and a base
An atom that has an electric charge
Type of bond that forms when electrons are gained or given up
True or false: As surface area of a reactant increases, the rate of a chemical reaction increases.
Does an atom become positive or negative when it gains an electron?
True or false: As the temperature increases, the rate of a chemical reaction decreases.
Chemical reaction where compounds break down into simpler products
A number placed in front of a chemical formula in an equation
Any ionic compound that can be made from a neutralization reaction
Able to wear away other materials
A material used to decrease the rate of a chemical reaction

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