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Transcript
CHAPTER 8: CHEMICAL
REACTIONS AND
PHYSICAL CHANGES
GROUP BLUE
BLOCK 1
OBJECTIVES
• Compare chemical reactions to physical changes
• Compare parts of an atom
• Calculate the mass of one mole of an element or
compound
• Explain how ionic and covalent bonds are formed
• Identify the parts of chemical equations
• Distinguish between reversible and irreversible
reactions and changes
VOCAB
• Chemical reaction: the change of substances into other
substances
• Example: A candle’s wick catching fire
• Video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C5tOEBmBAHg
• Physical change: an alteration of a substance that does
not change its chemical composition
• Example: Melting wax on a candle
• Atomic number: the number of protons in an atom
• Neutron: an uncharged atomic particle
• Nucleus: the dense core of an atom
• Video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FooZ9AwPSG8
• Protons: particle with a positive
electrical charge
CONT.
• Electron: negatively charged particle that moves
around the nucleus
• Mass number: total protons and neutrons in an
atom’s nucleus
• Atomic mass: the average mass of a sample of
atoms of that element found in nature
• Periodic table: chart that arranges elements by
atomic number into rows and columns according
to similarities in their properties
MASS NUMBER
CONT.
• Mole: the unit of measure used to count molecules or
atoms
• Equation: 6.02 * 10^23
• Chemical bonds: the forces that hold atoms together
• Ions: charged particles
• Ionic bond: the bond formed by the transfer of electrons
between atoms
• Example: one metal and one nonmetal bonding
• Ionic compounds: compounds that result when metals
and non-metals bond ionically with each other
• Covalent bond: atoms share electrons with each other
• Example: two nonmetals bonding
CONT.
• Chemical equation: written description of a
chemical reaction using symbols and formulas
• Reactants: the elements or compounds present at
the start of a reaction
• Products: the elements or compounds formed
during the reaction
• Covalent compounds: compounds formed by the
sharing of electrons