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Chemical Nomenclature

Chemical Nomenclature - methods reactions and the formation...

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Chemical Nomenclature – he standardized system used to name chemical elements and compounds Atomic number – equals the number of protons in the nucleus of an atom Period – contains chemical elements n a horizontal row of the periodic table Group - contains the elements in one column of the periodic table Metallurgy – describes the science of metals and their properties as well as purification
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Unformatted text preview: methods, reactions, and the formation of useful alloys. • Quantum dot – is a semiconductor nanocrystal that is a few nanometers to a few hundred nanometers in overall size • Alloys – made from the combination of two or more metals or a metal and nonmetal • Metalloids – found on the zig zag borderline of the periodic table between metals and nonmetals...
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