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Elements: Their Symbols, Common Molecules & Molecular Models

Ca Calcium Al Aluminium CH4 Methane Gas
P Phosphorous    H Hydrogen SO2 Sulphur Dioxide
N Nitrogen     Si  Silicon O3 Ozone
K Potassium    Ni Nickel N2 Nitrogen Gas
S Sulphur          Hg Mercury NH3 Ammonia (anhydrous)
Cu Copper        Pb Lead NH4 Ammonium Ion
Mo Molybdenum        As Arsenic NO2  Nitrate Ion
Mn Manganese    Cd Cadmium NO3  Nitrate Ion
Zn Zinc    H2O Water P2O5 Phosphate Compound
Se Selenium        CO2  Carbon Dioxide PO4 Phosphate Ion
Mg Magnesium H2O2 Hydrogen Peroxide SO4 Sulfate Ion

Ion: charged element or compound

Anion: negatively charged ion, NO3-, SO4=, CI-, PO4=

Cation: positively charged ion, NH4+, Ca++, Mg++, K+, Na+

Electron: negative charged particle, like the “planets” of the atom

Atom: basic unit mass, smallest unit of an element, think “solar system” in miniature with the nucleus being the sun and the planets being the electrons

Molecule: smallest unit of a substance having all the characteristics of that substance

Compound: two or more atoms linked together

Element: atom categorized by its atomic number, Ca 20, H 1, N 7, O 8

Isotape: element with a different weight but same atomic number

Chelate: compound that effectively engulfs an element and allows it to be transported where alone it would not so easily, like a chaperone

Catalyst: something that stimulates or initiates a reaction without becoming a part of the result, like the minister in a wedding ceremony

Colloid: very fine suspended liquid or solid particles with high ration of surface area to volume with extremely slow rate of sedimentation

PH: negative log of the hydrogen ion concentration, it is a ration of acids and bases in a solution not a measurement of how much lime or calcium needed on a field

Specific Gravity: weight/volume of a substance compared to a standard of the same volume, many times water is set as the standard at 1.

Density: weight/volume

Solution: complete dissolution of two substances in liquid resulting is a clear liquid

Suspension: particles of a substance floating undissolved in a liquid

Organic: containing carbon, in slang terms meaning grown without certain unapproved fertilizers and materials

Inorganic: without carbon, mineral

Periodic Table: listing and categorisation of the known elements by atomic number meaning the number of protons in the nucleus and electrons in the orbit when neutral.