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Notes on Textbook: Matter Consists of Chemical El

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These are notes that are based on the textbook Biology 8ed by Campbell and Reece, Chapter 2, that discusses elements, etc.

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Notes on Textbook: Matter Consists of Chemical El
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Chemistry Matter Chemical elements Dietary minerals Alkali metals Desiccants Reducing agents Sodium Chlorine Ion Chemical substance Chloride
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Chemistry Matter Chemical elements Dietary minerals Alkali metals Desiccants Reducing agents Sodium Chlorine Ion Chemical substance Chloride
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Practically anything, rocks, metals, etc. are made of matter. Matter is made of elements, and an element is a substance that can't be broken down to other substances using chemical reactions. According to textbook, chemists know of 92 elements, though we know this has since increased, and that chemists are continually finding new (but volatile) elements. Elements have symbols, and they are sometimes the first letter or number of letters of the English name for the element (H = Helium, Cl = Chloride), but sometimes they come from the Latin or German name, like Na (Sodium), which comes from the Latin word natrium. A compound is a substance that is made of two or more different elements. These are put together i...
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