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200 300 400 500 100 200 300 400 500 100 200 300 400 500 100 200 300 400 500 100 200 300 400 500 100 Atomic Structure Organic Chemistry WaterpHGrab Bag
This subatomic particle determines chemical properties
What is the electron?
This subatomic particle controls an elements physical properties
What is the proton?
This is the name for an element that has added or lost a neutron.
What is an isotope?
The charge of an atom that has 114 protons and 117 electrons.
What is -3?
The percent of mass located in the nucleus of an atom
What is >99%
The organic compound responsible for the body’s structure
What is a protein?
The organic compound that provides energy, and some structure, too
What are carbohydrates?
The monomer of nucleic acid
What are nucleotides?
The specific name for the process when monomers become polymers
What is dehydration synthesis?
The atom that provides the skeleton for all organic compounds
What is carbon?
This is the molecular property that makes water have so many special qualities
What is its polarity?
Because of their oppositely charged ends, water molecules stick to each other due to this type of bond
What is a hydrogen bond?
The phenomenon that occurs when molecules of different substances attract to each other
What is adhesion?
Demo Daily Double
The reason this happens
In Kool-aid, this is the solvent
What is the water?
The pH of a “neutral” substance
What is pH 7?
The type of substance that contain high concentrations of H+ ions
What are acids?
The approximate pH of bleach (plus or minus 1)
What is 13?
A weak acid or base that prevents sharp changes in pH
What are buffers?
The formula for the breakdown of water into its two ion constituents
A charged atom
What is an ion?
The most abundant element in the universe, by far
What is hydrogen?
The type of bond pictured here
What is a covalent bond?
The type of bond depicted in this cartoon
What is an ionic bond?
Action Daily Double
Diagram the monomers of the organic molecules
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