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In a chemical equation, what do we call the STARTING materials?
Which law states that the mass or reactants and products are equal in a reaction?
What kind of reaction USES energy?
What is the name for an ion that has more electrons than protons?
How are elements and compounds classified?
Are vinegar and lemon juice acids or bases?
If an atom has a DIFFERENT number of electrons as protons, is it charged?
Is drain cleaner an acid or a base?
Which sub-atomic particles are involved in chemical reactions between two substances?
What is the name of the law that says that mass is not created or destroyed in a chemical reaction?
Which type of molecule is composed only of two of the same kind of atoms?
Do bases or acids feel slimy?
If a reaction gives off heat, is it an endothermic or an exothermic reaction?
What is the name for joining two or more atoms?
In a chemical equation, what do we call the FINISHED materials?
What colour will a litmus strip turn in the presence of a base?
What is the name given to a pure substances consisting of one type of atom?
What kind of compound is made of a metal and a non-metal?
In a Bohr Rutherford drawing how many electrons are in the second shell? (Spell the number)
Which type of mixture has a uniform composition?
Is pure water acidic, basic or neutral?
Which type of ion has more protons than electrons?
What do we call a substance that contains free ions that make the substance electrically conductive?
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Sugar is a white crystalline solid. Which kind of property is this?
What do we call a pure substance made of more than one type of element?
What kind of reaction is AB +CD → AD + CB?
What kind of reaction occurred if there is a change in form or state?
In a Bohr Rutherford drawing how many electrons are in the third shell? (Spell the number)
If the atom has the SAME number of electrons as protons, is it charged?
What is hydrogen + single element?
If the substance can not go back to its original form was it a chemical or physical change?
What kind of reaction has occurred if a new substance has been formed?
If an element is solid, silvery and shiny, what classification is this?
What scale is used to measure acidity?
What word means that one element is replaced by another in a compound?
What is the term used to describe two or more different substances that are mixed together but are not combined chemically?
What name is used for negatively charged ions?
What colour will a litmus strip turn in the presence of an acid?
hydrogen + oxygen →_________
What do we call a particle when the number of electrons is NOT equal to the number of protons?
What is the word that means that there is a small amount of solute in a large amount of solvent?
What number is pure water on the pH scale? (Spell the number)
Which type of mixture is made of two or more phases?
What kind of compound is made of two non-metals?
Is Milk of Magnesia an acid or a base?
Is coke an acid or a base?
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What do we call solutions with a pH less than 7
What is the name of a mixture where the suspended particles are small and do not settle?
What is another name for homogeneous mixture?
What kind of reaction RELEASES energy?
What do we call a heterogeneous fluid containing solid particles that are big enough for sedimentation?
What kind of reaction is A+B → AB?
Do bases or acids have a pH greater than 7?
Which type of ion is positively charged?
In a Bohr Rutherford drawing how many electrons are in the first shell? (Spell the number)
What kind of reaction is A +BC → AC+B?
What is hydrogen + polyatomic ion?
What kind of reaction is AB → A+B?
Is lemon juice an acid or a base?
Atoms are more stable when their outer orbits are full of______.
What is a base or basic salt, which is used to neutralize stomach acidity?
Which ions consist of a stable group of atoms acting together as a charged particle?
What do you call a chemical reaction that creates a product from simpler substances?
If a reaction requires heat, is it an endothermic or an exothermic reaction?
What is the name given to an attraction between atoms or molecules which allows the formation of chemical compounds?
What do we call the study of matter and its physical and chemical properties?
What do we call a particle that has either a positive or negative charge?
What do you call the process where one set of chemical substances are changed to another?

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