|| a negatively charged ion
||a compound composed of only two elements
|| a positively charged ion.
||the systematic naming of chemical compounds.
||compounds composed of elements other than
carbon. A few simple compounds of carbon, including carbon monoxide,
carbon dioxide, carbonates, and cyanides, are generally considered to
|| a substance or mixture that has a characteristic luster,
or shine, is generally a good conductor of heat and electricity, and
is malleable and ductile.
||an element that does not exhibit the characteristics of a metal
||compounds that can be thought of as derivatives
of compounds of carbon and hydrogen