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Chemistry quiz

Teacher: DocScott
Across
Substance able to increase the rate of a chemical reaction without itself being changed in the process
One or more substances that enter into the reaction
Roman numeral "6"
Atomic symbol for thallium
"outer" (Greek prefix)
Atomic symbol for iridium
"down" (Latin prefix)
Covalent bond formed by dehydration synthesis between two amino acids.
"10" (Latin prefix)
One (Latin prefix)
Lipid compound derived from fatty acid chains and important in regulating several body processes
Solution containing a weak acid or weak base to prevent wide variations in the pH of body fluids
Charged atom
Compound containing both carbon and hydrogen OR the branch of chemistry studying these compounds
"outside" (Greek prefix)
Neutral subatomic particle
Structural change through physical or chemical actions on a molecule
"2" (Latin prefix)
Negative logarithm of the hydrogen ion concentration of a solution
Sodium in Latin
Atoms of a single element with different weights
Greek prefix meaning water
Atomic symbol for iron
One of most common elements in the human body found in all major food groups
Formed by combining 2 atoms of hydrogen with an atom of oxygen
Equals the number of protons
Latin prefix meaning "one-half"
"to, toward" (Latin prefix)
Atomic symbol for thallium
Sign of charge when protons outnumber the electrons
Noble gas with 10 electrons distributed between 2 electron shells
Synthetic element with atomic number 102
Atomic symbol for radium
Adenosine monophosphate
Atomic symbol for molybdenum
Atomic symbol for arsenic
Lipid compound composed of a glycerol molecule bonded with 3 fatty acids
Compound releasing hydrogen ions in solution
Atomic symbol for lithium
Greek "addition of oxygen"
Atomic symbol for magnesium
Atomic symbol for calcium
Nucleotide storing genetic information
"twice" (Latin prefix)
Down
Atomic symbol for chlorine
Nucleotide containing ribose and adenine essential for energy storage and transfer
"Case/sheath" (Ancient Greek)
Greek for "pus"
Eosin (color)
"out,away" (Greek prefix)
Atomic symbol for element 85
Atomic symbol for element 52
Atomic symbol for element 28
3 (Latin prefix)
Outermost electron shell of an atom
Neutral pronoun
Atomic symbol for technecium
"up" (Latin prefix)
Heavy positively charged subatomic particle
Atomic symbol for gallium
Greek prefix for "2"/ Latin prefix for "apart"
Macromolecules containing nitrogen
Sn
Atomic symbol for silver
"with" (Latin prefix)
Sign of charge when electrons outnumber the protons
Roman numeral "12"
Single stranded nucleic acid containing uracil
Adenine and guanine
Cytosine, thiamine, or uracil
Bond formed by sharing electrons
Electrical force linking atoms
Caused by the coming and going of electrons
Lipid compound composed of 4 hydrocarbon rings bonded to other atoms and molecules
Weightless subatomic particle
Atomic symbol for scandium
Atomic symbol for zinc
Building block of proteins
Atomic symbol for Manganese
"large" (Latin prefix)
Major extracellular positive ion
Atomic symbol for selenium
Adenosine diphosphate
"___, myself, and I"
Atomic symbol for silicon
Octet ____ says that only 8 electrons can fill the outermost electronic shell
Atomic symbol for aluminum
Greek for oxygen
Folklore Paul Bunyan's blue pet
Greek "mouth"
"seed" (Greek prefix)
Atomic symbol for copper
Atomic symbol for actinium
Atomic symbol for chromium
Atomic symbol for cadium
Element 105