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1. This is an atom that gained or lost electrons. Procedure : List what steps you will take to perform this experiment. Be sure to be specific about amounts of HCl and antacids used, any data to be recorded, and how often you will record that data. Be sure to include a control.

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Procedure: List what steps you will take to perform this experiment. Be sure to be specific about amounts of HCl and antacids used, any data to be recorded, and how often you will record that data. Be sure to include a control.

2. This is the number of protons in Neon

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Procedure: List what steps you will take to perform this experiment. Be sure to be specific about amounts of HCl and antacids used, any data to be recorded, and how often you will record that data. Be sure to include a control.

3. Potassium would likely form this type of ion

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Procedure: List what steps you will take to perform this experiment. Be sure to be specific about amounts of HCl and antacids used, any data to be recorded, and how often you will record that data. Be sure to include a control.

4. This term describes electrons in the outer shell of an atom

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Procedure: List what steps you will take to perform this experiment. Be sure to be specific about amounts of HCl and antacids used, any data to be recorded, and how often you will record that data. Be sure to include a control.

5. This term describes the ability of water to stick to itself

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Procedure: List what steps you will take to perform this experiment. Be sure to be specific about amounts of HCl and antacids used, any data to be recorded, and how often you will record that data. Be sure to include a control.

6. This is the partial charge of oxygen in a water molecule

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Procedure: List what steps you will take to perform this experiment. Be sure to be specific about amounts of HCl and antacids used, any data to be recorded, and how often you will record that data. Be sure to include a control.

7. Molecules that have a positive and negative end to them are said to be _______________

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Procedure: List what steps you will take to perform this experiment. Be sure to be specific about amounts of HCl and antacids used, any data to be recorded, and how often you will record that data. Be sure to include a control.

8. This attraction is largely responsible for the “stickiness” of water

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Procedure: List what steps you will take to perform this experiment. Be sure to be specific about amounts of HCl and antacids used, any data to be recorded, and how often you will record that data. Be sure to include a control.

9. How many valence electrons does Barium have?

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Procedure: List what steps you will take to perform this experiment. Be sure to be specific about amounts of HCl and antacids used, any data to be recorded, and how often you will record that data. Be sure to include a control.

10. How many neutrons does Calcium have if its atomic mass is 43AMU’s?

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18. These types of fatty acids are

Sometimes difficult for the body to break down