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Different elements can join together to share electrons. When this happens, the result is a chemical compound. One of the most common compounds is water, the result of two hydrogen atoms joining with an atom of oxygen. There are literally thousands of different chemical compounds that occur in nature.
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10 Basic physical concepts A compound is different than a simple mixture of elements. If hydrogen and oxygen are mixed, the result is a colorless, odorless gas, just like either element is a gas separately. A spark, however, will cause the molecules to join together; this will liberate energy in the form of light and heat. Under the right conditions, there will be a violent explosion, because the two elements join eagerly. Water is chemically illustrated in Fig. 1-3.
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1-3 Simplified diagram of a water molecule.
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Compounds often, but not always, appear greatly different from any of the elements that make them up. At room temperature and pressure, both hydrogen and oxygen are gases. But water under the same conditions is a liquid. If it gets a few tens of degrees colder, water turns solid at standard pressure. If it gets hot enough, water becomes a gas, odorless and colorless, just like hydrogen or oxygen. Another common example of a compound is rust. This forms when iron joins with oxygen. While iron is a dull gray solid and oxygen is a gas, rust is a maroon-red or brownish powder, completely unlike either of the elements from which it is formed.
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When atoms of elements join together to form a compound, the resulting particles are molecules. Figure 1-3 is an example of a molecule of water, consisting of three atoms put together. The natural form of an element is also known as its molecule. Oxygen tends to occur in pairs most of the time in the earth s atmosphere. Thus, an oxygen molecule is sometimes denoted by the symbol O2. The O represents oxygen, and the subscript 2 indicates that there are two atoms per molecule. The water molecule is symbolized H2O, because there are two atoms of hydrogen and one atom of oxygen in each molecule.
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Insulators 11 Sometimes oxygen atoms are by themselves; then we denote the molecule simply as O. Sometimes there are three atoms of oxygen grouped together. This is the gas called ozone, that has received much attention lately in environmental news. It is written O3. All matter, whether it is solid, liquid, or gas, is made of molecules. These particles are always moving. The speed with which they move depends on the temperature. The hotter the temperature, the more rapidly the molecules move around. In a solid, the molecules are interlocked in a sort of rigid pattern, although they vibrate continuously (Fig. 1-4A). In a liquid, they slither and slide around (Fig. 1-4B). In a gas, they are literally whizzing all over the place, bumping into each other and into solids and liquids adjacent to the gas (Fig. 1-4C).
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In some materials, electrons move easily from atom to atom. In others, the electrons move with difficulty. And in some materials, it is almost impossible to get them to move. An electrical conductor is a substance in which the electrons are mobile. The best conductor at room temperature is pure elemental silver. Copper and aluminum are also excellent electrical conductors. Iron, steel, and various other metals are fair to good conductors of electricity. In most electrical circuits and systems, copper or aluminum wire is used. Silver is impractical because of its high cost. Some liquids are good electrical conductors. Mercury is one example. Salt water is a fair conductor. Gases are, in general, poor conductors of electricity. This is because the atoms or molecules are usually too far apart to allow a free exchange of electrons. But if a gas becomes ionized, it is a fair conductor of electricity. Electrons in a conductor do not move in a steady stream, like molecules of water through a garden hose. Instead, they are passed from one atom to another right next to it (Fig. 1-5). This happens to countless atoms all the time. As a result, literally trillions of electrons pass a given point each second in a typical electrical circuit. You might imagine a long line of people, each one constantly passing a ball to the neighbor on the right. If there are plenty of balls all along the line, and if everyone keeps passing balls along as they come, the result will be a steady stream of balls moving along the line. This represents a good conductor. If the people become tired or lazy, and do not feel much like passing the balls along, the rate of flow will decrease. The conductor is no longer very good.
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