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My name is Bond, Ionic Bond; Taken, not shared!

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Help Ionic Bond Solve Crack the Chemistry Code

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2.This scale measures the concentration of hydrogen and is stands for the “power of hydrogen”.
6.The law of conservation states that all atoms cannot be created or ________ .
8.This physical property relies on the sense of smell. Words used to describe include odourless, spicy, sharp, burnt, strong or sweet.
11.The symbols of elements are printed in different colors, depending on their states. If black indicates solids, red indicates gasses, what color indicates liquids?
15.The four types of reactions are: Synthesis, ________, Single Displacement, and Double Displacement.
17.A ________ could be any fossil fuel (methane, ethane, propane, butane), and is used in the process of combustion.
18.The products of a neutralization reaction are salt and ________.
21.This WHMIS symbol represents substances that, in even the smallest of doses, can poison, cause injury, or even death if consumed, absorbed through the skin, or inhaled.
22.These elements are known for being shiny, silvery metals, that are highly reactive, and form white solids as compounds. They can be found in the first column of the periodic table.
25.________ is a chemical reaction that involves both an element and a compound, which reacts so that the element displaces another element in the compound.
27.________ compounds are named using the suffix “ide”.
28.All matter is made up of particles called ________.
29.The general equation of complete combustion is: hydrocarbon + ________ → carbon dioxide and water.
1.This compound dissolves in water (aqueous solution) to create hydrogen (H+) ions. Properties of this compound include: reacts with metals and carbonates, conducts electricity, turns blue litmus paper red, neutralizes bases, and is sour.
3.The four products of incomplete combustion are CO (Carbon Monoxide), CO2 (Carbon Dioxide), ________, and C (Carbon / Soot).
4.________ is the fast reaction between a substance with oxygen creating oxides, and is also known referred to as burning.
5.Incomplete Combustion, which is when not all of the carbon from the hydrocarbon is changed into carbon dioxide, happens when there is a lack of ________.
7.This compound separates into ions when it dissolves in water creating a solution that conducts electricity.
9.These diagrams only show the outermost electrons (valence electrons) around the atom. To draw the diagram the element symbol is first drawn in the center followed by dots (to a maximum of 8), to represent each outermost electron of the element.
10.The atomic number identifies the number of ________ there are in an atom.
12.________ bonds occur when metal transfers at least one of it’s electrons to a non-metal to gain a total of 8 valence electrons, thus making it stable. A strong attraction is formed between positive and negative ions in this compound.
13.Inside the nucleus neutrons and ________ can be found.
14.Known as the acid base reaction, this reaction’s reactants are acids and bases, and produce water and salt. This is also a double displacement action.
16.A ________ is a chemical that is present at the beginning of the chemical reaction, and is later used in the process of the reaction.
19.________ are dull, brittle, non-acidic, found in all 3 states at room temperature, and are often insulators. They are found to the right of the periodic table and do not react to acids.
20.Hydrochloric Acid, as a formula, is written as ________.
23.An anion is an ion that has a negative charge, and a ________ is an ion with a positive charge. This type of ion is always a metal.
24.________ are found on the left hand side of the periodic table. (e.g. Ca, Li)
26.In the innermost (first) valence shell there are always ________ electrons (Refer to Bohr-Rutherford Diagrams).

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