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  • not always to be found in one spot, as this typical Bohr model of a chlorine atom would have you believe, but are constantly zipping around at such a
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  • interpret this, it shows us that for every one magnesium atom in the compound, there are two chlorine atoms (thus the subscript "2" attached to the Cl). Now consider
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  • sodium chemically reacts with chlorine, a chemical bond is formed between the two atoms i.e. the sodium atom and the chlorine atom. This type of chemical bonds
    975 bytes (152 words) - 22:48, 8 October 2011
  • another atom, forming an anion. When sodium and chlorine atoms come together, the sodium atoms readily give up their outer electron to the chlorine atoms. The
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  • ScO, YO, and TiO. Def. "[a]n atom or group of atoms bearing an electrical charge such as the sodium and chlorine atoms in a salt solution" is called
    100 KB (10,943 words) - 03:04, 1 February 2016
  • group of atoms bearing an electrical charge such as the sodium and chlorine atoms in a salt solution" is called an ion. “About 89% of cosmic rays are
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  • intergalactic medium (IGM). Def. "[a]n atom or group of atoms bearing an electrical charge such as the sodium and chlorine atoms in a salt solution" is called
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  • When neutral single atoms of Na and Cl come together, the sodium atom may transfer a negatively-charged electron to the chlorine (see animation below)
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  • an ion is sodium, which reacts violently with water. When combined with chlorine it creates table salt. In fact it is so reactive that it has to be stored
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  • Talk page.) First things first, we have to learn about the atom! As you probably know, the atom is made of electrons, neutrons and protons. These atomic
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  • between the atoms. For example, the covalent bond in a hydrogen molecule is represented by:- H—H Such single covalent bond is also formed in chlorine molecule
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  • Gases (section Chlorines)
    the color of air (1) with fluorine (2) and chlorine (3) gases. Neon is a noble gas. Chlorine is a "toxic, green gaseous chemical element"
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  • seven diatomic molecules. Br2 - Bromine I2 - Iodine N2 - Nitrogen Cl2 - Chlorine H2 - Hydrogen O2 - Oxygen F2 - Fluorine From here, stoichiometry only
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  • Chemicals (section Chlorines)
    liquid chlorine (Cl2) contained in a flask for analysis. Liquid chlorine is yellow in color. Image on the left is an ampoule containing liquid chlorine. It
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  • produced then abstracts a Cl atom from a Cl2 molecule, chloromethane and Cl· radical Then (a), (b), (a), (b)... The chlorine free radical produced can
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  • the detecting medium. Other detectors have consisted of large volumes of chlorine or gallium which are periodically checked for excesses of argon or germanium
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  • from sulfur [... and] the phosphate groups [but] [e]xcessive amounts of chlorine [...] overlap with the sulfur peak; [whereas] KBr and NaBr [do not]." In
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  • and two of chlorine. C6H12O6 = glucose O2 = a molecule of two atoms of oxygen A little in deep. What is an atom? How it's made? An atom is made of
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  • is called gemology. Def. any "element of group 7, i.e. fluorine, chlorine, bromine, iodine and astatine, which form a salt by direct union with a
    77 KB (6,635 words) - 00:53, 30 January 2016
  • many tetrahedral silicon Si4+ are substituted with intrinsic aluminum–chlorine defects, (vi) [ionoluminescence] IL at low temperature of all tectosilicate
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