Structure of Atom – Definition 1

Terms and Definition

Element

Element is a substance consists of only one type of atom.

Compound

A substance consists two or more elements that are chemically bonded (molecule or ions).

Atom

A smallest particle of an element.

Molecule

A a group of two or more atoms.

Ion

A a positively charged / negatively charged particle.

Isotopes

A atoms of the same element with same proton number but different nucleon numbers.

Flashcards

Element
Element is a substance consists of only one type of atom.
Compound
A compound is a substance consists of two or more elements that are chemically bonded together.
Atom
An atom is the smallest particle of an element.

Element

Element is a substance consists of only one type of atom.

Compound

A substance consists two or more elements that are chemically bonded (molecule or ions).

Atom

A smallest particle of an element.

Molecule

A a group of two or more atoms.

Ion

A a positively charged / negatively charged particle.

Isotopes

A atoms of the same element with same proton number but different nucleon numbers.
Molecule
A molecule is a group of two or more atoms.
Ion
An ion is a positively/negatively charged particle.
Isotopes
A atoms of the same element with same proton number but different nucleon numbers.

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