It is found throughout the universe.
All known substances dissolve in water.
Many different substances dissolve in water.
It covers more than half of the Earth's surface.
Orange juice with pulp
Easily mixed together.
Made of two or more liquids.
Edible by humans.
Molar mass of reactants
Atomic mass of reactants
Total mass of reactants
Proportional masses of the reactants
The reaction to occur.
Mass to be conserved
Energy use to be minimized.
Electrolysis to occur
Exchange of ions between two compounds
Single displacement reaction
Double displacement reaction
A decomposition reaction
One breaks down into at least two products.
A compound is decomposed by an electric current.
A compound burns in the presence of oxygen.
A new, more complex compound is formed.
Atoms are destroyed
Atoms are created
Atoms are heated or cooled
Atoms are rearranged
Atoms with opposite charges
Atoms with neutral charge
One atom's nucleus and another atom's electrons.
The electrons of two different atoms
0 atoms of carbon
11 atoms of carbon
6 atoms of carbon
12 atoms of carbon
Always remains frozen even at high temperatures.
Is formed from two cations.
Always contains the same elements in the same proportion.
Can form only in the presence of heat energy.
Protons plus the number of electrons
Protons plus the number of neutrons
Change of state