A&P Lecture 3

  1. Solution
    • solute particles are very tiny and do not settle out or settle light.
    • Example: Mineral water
  2. Colloids
    • solute particles are larger than in solution and scatter light: do not settle out.
    • Example: Gelatin
  3. Suspension
    • solute particles are very large: settle out and may scatter light.
    • Example: blood
  4. Ionic bond
    a chemical bond formed by the transfer of one or more electrons from one atom to another.
  5. Anion
    • electron acceptor
    • net negative charge
  6. cation
    • electron donor
    • net positive charge
  7. Crystals
    large array of cations and anions held together by ionic bonds
  8. Covalent bond
    chemical bond created by electron charing between atoms
  9. Non-polar molecules
    equal sharing of electrons
  10. Polar molecules
    unequal sharing of electrons
Card Set
A&P Lecture 3
Chapter 2&3