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WHMIS: Workplace Hazardous Materials Information System Cell membrane: controls what enters and leaves the cell. A thin layer of lipids and proteins. Nucleus: control centre of the cell and has genetic material

Lithium Sulfide- Li2S Potassium bromide- KBr
Calcium phosphide- Ca3P2 Sodium fluoride- NaF
Beryllium sulfide- Be2S2 Magnesium bromide- MBr
Lithium oxide- Li2O Barium bromide- BaBr2
Magnesium oxide MgO Hydrogen Fluoride HF
Potassium chloride- KCl Sodium Iodide- NaI
Calcium sulfide- CaS Magnesium Nitride- Mg3N2
Sodium sulfide-NaS Hydrogen Oxide- H2O
H2O-Water Al2O3- Aluminum Oxide MgS- Magnesium Sulfide K3P- Potassium Phosphide BeCl3- Boron Trichloride CaF2-Calcium fluoride K2S-potassium sulfide Li2O-Lithium Oxide Nacl-sodium chloride CaBr2-Calcium Bromide BeO-Beryillium Oxide LiCl-Lithium Chloride KBr-Potassium Bromide HF-Hydrogen Flouride Na2S-Sodium Sulfide CaO+Mg MgO + Ca Single displacement. KOH+NaBr KBr + NaOH double displacement. Barium(Ba) + Sulfur(S) Barium Sulfide(BaS) Synthesis. Sodium Iodide (Nai) Sodium (Na) + Iodine(i) Decomposition. Barium Nitrate + Sodium Sulfide Barium Sulfide + Sodium Nitrate Double displacement. Calcium Bromide + Hydrogen Calcium + Hydrogen Bromide Single displacement 1.2H2(g) + O2(g) 2H2O(l) 2.H2 + Cl2 ---> 2 HCl 3.2 Fe+3Cl2 −−2 FeCl3 4. 4 Fe+3O2 −−>2 Fe2O3 acids have a pH below 7 and bases have a pH above 7. Acid has a cation H+, A base has an anion OH-. Bases are slippery and taste bitter, while acids can occur in gas solid, liquid, and taste sour. A base accepts a proton. An acid donates a proton. Cells are the basic unit of all living things. A cell's organelles are crucial to the function of the cell. They carry out many of the processes that enable the cell to live. Such as the cell membrane, cell wall, centrioles, chloroplasts as ex Cytoplasm: the cell substance between the cell...
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