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Introduction to ATOMS. Electrons are always on the move.
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First 20 Elements in the Periodic Table
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Periodic Table of the Elements. Select an element = Internet link ()
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Atomic Structure. Rules Of Atomic Structure 1.The Number of electrons = number of protons 2.Atomic Number = the number of protons/electrons 3.Atomic Mass.
Bohr Diagrams for Atoms. Showing Protons, Neutrons and Electron Arrangements for neutral atoms of the First 20 Elements.
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Hund’s Rule, Orbital Diagrams, and Valence Electrons
Bohr Model Diagrams Lesson 3.1 Extension.
In hydrogen all orbitals in the same shell have the same energy: s p d.
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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Periodic Table Trends. Ionization Energy Increasing or Decreasing?
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Quantum Numbers Each electron in an atom has a unique set of 4 quantum numbers which describe it. Principal quantum number Angular momentum quantum.
Valence Electrons and Lewis Dot Structures. 118 Known Elements 1 ve - 2 ve - 3 ve - 4 ve - 5 ve - 6 ve - 7 ve - 8 ve - ve - = valence electrons IGNORE.
La Tabla Periodica Cada elemento Y su explicacion.
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Periodic Table of Elements. Element An element is a substance that is made up of ONE kind of atom only. e.g. Carbon.
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.
Electron Configuration and Orbital Diagrams
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The Trends in Elements in 1-20 Atomic Size Ionisation Energies.
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