List of Chemistry Vocabulary


Hugh Fox Chemistry

Absolute zero

Accepted value

Accuracy

Acid

Acid dissociation constant

Acidic solution

Activation energy

Activity series

Actual yield

Aliphatic hydrocarbons

Alkali earth metals

Alkali metals

Alkaline earth metals

Alkenes

Alma-seltzer

Alkenes

Alkynes

Allotrope

Alloys

Alpha particle

Amorphous solid

Amphoteric

Amplitude

Anion

Aqueous solution

Aromatic compound

Asymmetric carbon

Atmospheric pressure

Atom

Atomic emission spectra

Atomic mass

Atomic mass unit

Atomic number

Atomic orbital

Atomic radius

Aufbau principle

Avogadro’s hypothesis

Avogadro’s number

Balanced equation

Band of stability

Barometer

Base

Base dissociation constant (Kb)

Basic solution

Beta particle

Binary compound

Boiling point

Boiling point elevation

Bond dissociation energy bonding orbital

Boyle’s law

Branched-chain alkanet

Brownian motion

Buffer

Calorie

Calorimeter

Calorimetric

Capillary action

Catalyst

Cathode ray

Action

Celsius scale

Charles’ law

Chemical change

Chemical equation

Chemical equilibrium

Chemical formula

Chemical potential energy

Chemical property

Chemical reaction

Chemical symbol

Chemical symbol

Chemistry

Cist configuration

Coefficients

Colligative property

Collision theory

Colloid

Combination reaction

Combined gas law

Combustion

Combustion reaction

Common ion effect

Complete ionic equation

Compound

Compressibility

Concentrated solution

Concentration

Condensation

Condensed structural formula

Conjugate acid

Conjugate base

Conversion factor

Coordinate covalent bond

Coordination number

Cross-linked polymer

Crystal

Cyclic hydrocarbons

Dalton’s atomic theory

Dalton’s law of partial pressure

Decomposition

Decomposition reaction

Density

Dependent variable

Diatomic molecule

Diffusion

Dilute solution

Dimensional analysis

Dipole

Dipole interactions

Dispersion forces

Distillation

Double covalent bond

Double-replacement reaction

Effusion

Electrolyte

Electromagnetic radiation

Electron

Electron configurations

Electron dot structure

Electronegativity

Element

Empirical formula

Emulsion

Endothermic process

Endothermic reaction

Energy

Energy levels

Enthalpy

Enzyme

Equilibrium constant

Equilibrium position

Equivalence point

Evaporation

Excess reagent

Exothermic process

Exothermic reaction

Experiment

Experimental value

Extensive property

Filtration

Fission

Formula unit

Freezing

Freezing-point depression

Frequency

Fuel

Fusion

Gamma rays

Gas

Gas pressure

Gay-Lussac’s law

Geiger counter

Geometric isomers

Glass

Graham’s law of effusion

Gram

Ground state

Group

Half-life

Halide ion

Halogens

Heat

Heat capacity

Heat of combustion

Heat of reaction

Heisenberg’s uncertainty principle

Henry’s law

Hertz

Hess’s law

Heterogeneous mixture

Homogeneous mixture

Hund’s rule

Hybridization

Hydrate

Hydrocarbons

Hydrogen bonds

Hydrogen-ion acceptor

Hydrogen-ion donor

Hydronium ion (H3O+)

Hydroxide ion (OH)

Hypothesis

Ideal gas constant

Ideal gas law

Immiscible

Independent variable

Inhibitor

Inhibitor

Inner transition metal

Inorganic chemistry

Intensive property

Ion

Ionic bonds

Ionic compounds

Ionization energy

Ionizing radiation

Ion-product constant for water

Isomers

Isotopes

Joule

Kelvin scale

Kilogram

Kinetic energy

Law of conservation of energy

Law of conservation of mass

Law of definite proportions

Law of multiple proportions

Le Chatelier’s principle

Lewis acid

Lewis base

Limiting reagent

Liquid

Liter

Macroscopic

Mass

Mass number

Matter

Measurement

Melting

Melting point

Metallic bonds

Metalloids

Metals

Meter

Microscopic

Miscible

Mixture

Molal boiling-point elevation constant (kb)

Molal freezing-point depression constant (kef)

Modality

Molar heat of condensation

Molar heat of fusion

Molar heat of solution

Molar heat of vaporization

Molar mass

Molar volume

Molarity

Mole

Mole fraction

Mole ration

Molecular compound

Molecular formula

Molecular orbital

Molecule

Monatomic ion

Monophonic acids

Net ionic equation

Network solids

Neutral solution

Neutralization reaction

Neutron

Neutron absorption

Neutron moderation

Noble gases

No electrolyte

Nonmetals

Nonpolar covalent bond

Normal boiling point

Nuclear force

Nucleus

Observations

Octet rule

Organic chemistry

Partial pressure

Pascal

Pauli’s exclusion principle

Percent composition

Percent error

Percent yield

Period

Periodic law

Periodic table

Periodic table family

Phase

Phase diagram

Photons

Physical change

Physical property

Pi bond

Polar bond

Polar covalent bond

Polar molecule

Polyatomic ion

Positron

Precipitate

Precision

Product

Proton

Quantum

Quantum mechanical model

Radiation

Radioactivity

Radioisotopes

Rate

Reactant

Reactant

Replacement

Representative elements

Representative particle

Resonance structure

Reversible reaction

Salt hydrolysis

Salvation

Saturated compounds

Saturated solution

Scientific law

Scientific method

Scientific notation

Scintillation counter

Self-ionization

SI Unit

Sigma bond

Significant figures

Single covalent bond

Single-replacement reaction

Skeleton equation

Solid

Solubility

Solute

Solution

Solvent

Specific heat

Spectator ion

Spectrum

Standard atmosphere (tam)

Standard heat of formation

Standard temp & pressure (STP)

Stoichiometry

Straight-chain alkanet

Strong acid

Strong base

Strong electrolyte

Structural formula

Structural isomers

Sublimation

Subscript

Substituent group

Supersaturated solution

Surface tension

Surfactant

Suspension

Synthesis

System

Technology

Temperature

Tetrahedral molecule

Theoretical yield

Theory

Thermochemical equation

Thermo chemistry

Titration

Tran’s configurations

Transition metal

Transition state

Transmutation

Transuranium elements

Triple covalent bond

Triple point

Triprotic acids

Tyndall effect

Unit cell

Universal indicator

Unsaturated compounds

Unsaturated solution

Unshared pair

Vacuum

Valence electrons

Van deer Waals forces

Vapor

Vapor pressure

Vaporization

Volume

VSEPR theory

Wavelength

Weak acid

Weak electrolyte

Weight

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