4_Chemical_Reactions

4_Chemical_Reactions - I I I V V V . . . C C C h h h e e e...

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Unformatted text preview: I I I V V V . . . C C C h h h e e e m m m i i i c c c a a a l l l R R R e e e a a a c c c t t t i i i o o o n n n s s s C C C o o o m m m p p p o o o u u u n n n d d d s s s Compounds are substances consisting of two or more atoms of different elements, joined in specific proportions by specific bonds. M M M o o o l l l e e e c c c u u u l l l e e e A molecule is the smallest part of a compound retaining its properties. M M M o o o l l l e e e c c c u u u l l l a a a r r r f f f o o o r r r m m m u u u l l l a a a s s s Shorthand representation of a molecule, identifies the elements and the number of given atoms in a molecule e.g. H 2 O S S S t t t r r r u u u c c c t t t u u u r r r a a a l l l f f f o o o r r r m m m u u u l l l a a a s s s Molecular formulas do not show the bon s, structural formula shows the number of electron pairs involved in bonding e.g. H-O-H where a short line represents each electron pair....
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