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the amount of energy not available for work in a closed thermodynamic system (usually symbolized as S)

Entropy

electric or magnetic separation of charge

Dipole

using a chemical reaction's current, electromotive force is made

Electrochemical cell

a solution that conducts a certain amount of current and can be split categorically as weak and strong electrolytes

Electrolyte

a device that gains energy as electric charges pass through it

Electromotive force

settling of particles within a solution or mixture

Deposition

a type of wave that can go through vacuums as well as material and classified as a self-propagating wave

Electromagnetic radiation

the removal of ions, and in water's case mineral ions such as sodium, iron and calcium

Deionization

a subatomic particle with a net charge that is negative

Electron

an atom that is defined by its atomic number

Element

sharing of two pairs of electrons

Double bond

a measured property (coulombs) that determines electromagnetic interaction

Electric charge

fields that have electric charge and electric properties that change the way that particles move and interact

Electromagnetism

substances that absorb water from the atmosphere to form liquid solutions

Deliquescence

a protein that speeds up (catalyses) a reaction

Enzyme





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