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Transcript of Chemistry ABC's
also known as RNA
the form of nucleic acid found mainly in the cytoplasm but also present in all other parts of the cell
contains the sugar ribose
S is for sublimation!
conversion of a solid directly to the gaseous state without going through the liquid state
V is for vulcanization!
H is for hydrophilic!
a substance that holds an attraction to polar solvents such as water
opposite of hydrophobic
M is for metalloid!
an element with properties intermediate between those of metals and those of nonmetals
A is for atom!
the smallest characteristic particle of an element.
I is for isotope!
atoms that have the same number of protons but different numbers of neutrons
N is for nuclear fission!
the splitting of an atomic nucleus into two smaller ones
is a chemical process for converting natural rubber or related polymers into more durable materials via the addition of sulfur or other equivalent curatives or accelerators
by Jordan Reed
B is for base!
C is for carcinogen!
D is for dipole!
E is for electrode!
F is for fossil fuels!
G is for gene!
J is for joule!
K is for kinetic energy!
L is for lipid!
O is for oxidation!
P is for pH!
Q is for quantum!
T is for thermochemistry!
U is for unsaturated hydrocarbon!
W is for wax!
X is for X-rays!
Y is for ytterbium!
Z is for zwitterion!
ytterbium is the rare earth element with an atomic number of 70 and atomic weight of 173.04. The malleable metal is a component of x-ray sources.
a substance that, when added to water, produces an excess of hydroxide ions
a proton acceptor
a substance or physical entity that causes the growth of tumors
a molecule that is polar
a carbon rod or metal strip inserted into an electrochemical cell, at which oxidation or reduction occurs
natural fuels derived from once-living plants and animals
especially coal, petroleum, and natural gas
the segment of a DNA molecule that contains the information necessary to produce a protein
the smallest unit of hereditary information
the SI unit of energy
1 Joule = 0.239 calories
the energy of motion
a substance from animal and plant cells that is soluble in solvents of low polarity and insoluble in water
examples: fats, oils, waxes
an increase in oxidation number
combination of an element or compound
loss of hydrogen
loss of electrons
the negative logarithm of the hydronium ion concentration, which indicates the degree of acidity or basicity of a solution
a discrete unit of energy or matter
the minimum value of a physical property involved in an interaction
the study of energy changes that occur during chemical reactions
a hydrocarbon containing one or more double or triple bonds or aromatic rings
an ester of a long-chain fatty acid with a long-chain alcohol
radiation similar to visible light but of much higher energy and much more penetrating
a molecule that contains both a positive charge and a negative charge
a dipolar ion