CHE 101 Chapter 1 Key Terms

CHE 101 Chapter 1 Key Terms - Elements numbered 1-36 as...

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CHE 101 Chapter 1 Key Terms Matter: Gas: Liquid: Solid: Atom (Chap. 3): Molecule (Chap. 5): Element: Compound: Substance:
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Mixture: Physical Change: Chemical Change: Reactant: Product: Metal: Nonmetal:
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Metalloid: You will be required to know the names and symbols of the following elements:
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Unformatted text preview: Elements numbered 1-36 as well as Ag, Cd, I, Sn, Xe, Ba, Pt, Au, Hg, Pb, and Rn Remember that the first letter of an element symbol is capitalized and if there is a second letter it is written in lower case....
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