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Copyright © 2011 InteractiveScienceLessons.com Taming Our Fear Of The Invisible
Copyright © 2011 InteractiveScienceLessons.com 1.Make a red proton about as big as the center dot on your paper. 7 more
Copyright © 2011 InteractiveScienceLessons.com 1.Make a red proton about as big as the center dot on your paper. Now make 7 more the same size. 8 neutrons
Copyright © 2011 InteractiveScienceLessons.com 1.Make 8 red protons about as big as the center dot on your paper. 2.Make 8 blue neutrons, each as big as a proton. 8 electrons
Copyright © 2011 InteractiveScienceLessons.com 1.Make 8 red protons about as big as the center dot on your paper. 2.Make 8 blue neutrons, each as big as a proton. 3.Make 8 green electron specks. Make key
Copyright © 2011 InteractiveScienceLessons.com Proton + Neutron Electron - atomic number
Copyright © 2011 InteractiveScienceLessons.com I.II.III.IV. Name: Symbol: Atomic Number: atomic number- the number of protons in the nucleus 6 + 6 nucleus
Copyright © 2011 InteractiveScienceLessons.com 6 protons and 6 neutrons Inner electrons
Copyright © 2011 InteractiveScienceLessons.com Outer electrons
Copyright © 2011 InteractiveScienceLessons.com fill in chart
Copyright © 2011 InteractiveScienceLessons.com I.II.III.IV. Name: Symbol: Atomic Number: Carbon C 6 Make nitrogen
Copyright © 2011 InteractiveScienceLessons.com fill in chart
Copyright © 2011 InteractiveScienceLessons.com I.II.III.IV. Name: Symbol: Atomic Number: Carbon C 6 Nitrogen N 7 3 Make lithium
Copyright © 2011 InteractiveScienceLessons.com 2 Make helium
Copyright © 2011 InteractiveScienceLessons.com 5 Make boron
Copyright © 2011 InteractiveScienceLessons.com 9 Boron Make fluorine
Copyright © 2011 InteractiveScienceLessons.com 4 Fluorine Make beryllium
Copyright © 2011 InteractiveScienceLessons.com Beryllium 1 Make hydrogen
Copyright © 2011 InteractiveScienceLessons.com Hydrogen 10 Make neon
Copyright © 2011 InteractiveScienceLessons.com Neon 8 Make oxygen
Copyright © 2011 InteractiveScienceLessons.com Oxygen done
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Bohr Models First 20 Elements in the Periodic Table.
Copyright © 2011 InteractiveScienceLessons.com a child inherits its genes from both parents typically, half the genes come from each parent this activity.
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Daniel R. Barnes Init:10/2/ look at a drawing of an atom and determine its element, its atomic number, its mass number, and its electric charge.
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4.3 Modern Atomic Theory Find the atomic #, mass #, # protons, # electrons, and # neutrons for Beryllium & Lithium.
Ion Formation 1. Proton p + +1 Electron e- -1 Neutron n 0 0 Neutrons are not contributors to charge Exception: nuclear decay Neutral atom has same number.
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Sodium (Na) - 11 Atomic Number = - - Atomic Mass = neutrons
Catalyst: Find the atomic #, mass #, # protons, # electrons, and # neutrons for the following elements: Beryllium & Lithium.
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Atomic Models Bohr Model Cloud Model.
Hund’s Rule, Orbital Diagrams, and Valence Electrons
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Do Now: Match the scientist with their contribution to the atom A. Dalton1. Mass of electron B. Thomson2. atomic theory C. Milikan3. discovered electron.
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Electron Orbitals and valance electrons
Periodic Table of Elements. Element An element is a substance that is made up of ONE kind of atom only. e.g. Carbon.
Energy Unit Orbital Diagrams & Electrons Configurations.
Understanding Atoms Atoms = smallest parts of matter Atoms have 3 main parts Protons (positive charge) Neutrons (no charge) Electrons (negative charge)
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Atomic Structure BASIC INFORMATION.
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