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the name given to negative particles, dog-ions?

this equals the number of no 27 and no 36

3
4
5
6
7

this is the name given to the number of no 36 in an


atom
given to patients to check digestive system, this
contains a no 34 that is not absorbed by the body
this no 1 reacts with acid to release carbon dioxide
makes reactions go faster but isn't permanently
changed by the reaction
on car exhaust pipes, it contains a no 6 to change
toxic gases into less harmful ones

the pawsative ion

this ion makes silver nitrate form a white no 34

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11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21

particles have to do this with enough energy to


react
no 21 compounds will do this when molten or
dissolved in water
these ions burn with a blue-green flame
the process of a solid "disappearing" in a liquid to
form a solution
the negative particle in an atom found in no 30
around the nucleus
the strong force between a no 1 and a no 8
these reactions cause a decrease in no 40 as they
take heat in, a biological example is no 32
these reactions cause an increase in no 40 as they
release heat
the columns in the periodic table
the strong no 15 force causes the melting point to
be?
lead salts (apart from nitrates) are generally this in
water
this type of bonding comes when a metal and a no
28 react

22
23

atoms of the same type of element with the same


no 3 but different no 2
the regular arrangement of no 1s and no 8s in a no
21 compound

24

he left spaces in the periodic table

25

the charge on an ion when an atom gains a no 14

26

an example of a no 17 reaction when an acid


reacts with an alkali

27

neutral particles present in no 29

28

this would be found to the right hand side of the


zig-zag line in the periodic table

29

part of an atom containing no 27 and no 36

30

the part of the atom where you find no 14

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the rows of the periodic table

32

what plants do when they are in the sunlight - an


example of a no 16 reaction

33

the charge on an ion when an atom loses a no 14

34

the solid formed in a no 35 reaction

35

a reaction that forms a solid from two solutions

36

positive particles present in no 29

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no 21 compounds are often this in water (lead


iodide isn't though)
a posh name for flame tests - was used to discover
rubidium
you will increase this in a solid if you crush it into a
powder.
if you decrease this it will make a reaction go
slower