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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Chemistry Made Easy Nature Of Matter And How Its Classified. All matter is made of atoms composed of protons, neutrons, and electrons. That's the nature of matter. Matter is classified through its three states Solid, Liquid and Gas. here are some examples Matter can NOT be created or destroyed Atomic theroy Is a scientific theory of the nature of matter, which states that matter is composed of discrete units called atoms. Atoms are the foundation of chemistry. They are the basis for everythingin the Universe.As you know, matter is composed of atoms. Periodic Table A major factor in how the Periodic Table is organized is the configuration of each elements Valence Electrons (electrons in the outermost shell of an atom). Because elements in each family have the same number of valence electrons, They tend to have several similar characteristics. Chemical reactions & Biomolecules The presence and position of specific functional groups on an organic molecule can be used to predict the chemical behavior of that biomolecule. Functional groups are a set of commonly found groups of atoms covalently bonded to carbon in organic molecules. The unique functional groups present on a biomolecule determine reactivity, solubility, and other physical properties that lead to its biological role in living organisms. Understanding how common functional groups affect chemical reactivity improves our ability to understand the chemical behavior and cellular roles of all biomolecules. By: Miller & Cecilia
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