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1. What is the basic unit of matter?
2. What are the two subatomic particles that have significant mass?
3. What is the name of the smallest element by mass?
4. What is the term used to measure 6.022x10
units, particularly atoms?
5. What are the three classical states of matter?
6. What are the two types of substances which function by either donating or receiving a proton, a.k.a. H
7. What would be the two products if you were to mix equal moles of strong acid hydrochloric acid and strong base sodium hydroxide?
8. What kind of molecular bond happens between two nonmetals?
9. What is the formula for the ideal gas law?
10. What is the name of a reaction that absorbs heat?
1. The term originally comes from the Greek word for 'indivisible.'
2. Both these particles reside in the nucleus, and neither is an electron.
3. This element, abbreviated H is the most abundant element in the universe.
4. This term shares its name with common underground rodent.
5. You may be more familiar with ice, water, and water vapor, which are all H
O in these three states.
6. Two common household examples of these are vinegar and ammonia.
7. There are oceans of them throughout the globe.
8. Instead of an ionic bond that transfers electrons, this type of bond merely shares them.
9. The variables involved are pressure, volume, temperature, the number of moles, and a constant.
10. This question would appear in the Thermodynamics section of your textbook.
A hydrogen bond is actually an intermolecular force, not a bond.
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