Presentation on theme: "100 200 300 400 500 100 200 300 400 500 400 300 200 100 200 300 400 500 100 200 300 400 500 Atomic Structure and Theory Scientists Experiments D E t."— Presentation transcript:
Atomic Structure and Theory Scientists Experiments D E t
Thought of the atom as plum-pudding I-100 Answer.
I-200 Thought of the atom as a planetary model Answer.
I-300 This scientist first discovered the nucleus. Answer.
I-400 Thought of the billiard ball model for the atom Answer.
I-500 Provided a mathematical relationship describing the 3D space that an electron can occupy Answer.
II-100 First modern scientist that said that matter is composed of indestructible and indivisible atoms Answer.
II-200 isotopes are atoms of one kind of element that contain different numbers this subatomic particle Answer.
II-300 When you have the same element, it is guaranteed that you have the same of this (these) subatomic particles. Answer.
II-400 This law states that the total mass of a chemical reaction must remain the same. Answer.
II-500 Which of these parts of Dalton's Atomic theory were proven incorrect? a.) Atoms of different elements differ in their physical and chemical properties b.) Atoms of different elements combine in simple whole-number ratios to form compounds c.) All matter is made of indivisible and indestructible atoms. d.) Chemical reactions consist of the combination, separation, or rearrangement of atoms e.) All atoms of a given element are identical in their chemical and physical properties. Answer.
III-100 what the Au foil experiment showed about the volume of an atom Answer.
III-200 the charge carried by alpha particles and the charge carried by the nucleus Answer.
III-300 particles that make up most of the mass of the atom and where they are found Answer.
III-400 a subatomic particle that was discovered by J.J. Thompson in the late 1800's Answer.
III-500 Describe why the spectral glasses gave out different colored lines Answer.
IV-100 the element with 32 electrons and 73 neutrons Answer.
IV-200 the mass number of the most likely most abundant isotope of chlorine, Cl Answer.
IV-300 the number of electrons in a copper atom with a postive two charge Answer.
IV-400 all atoms of the same element have the same…; give name and particle name Answer.
IV-500 the isotope by which all other isotopes masses are measure; the standard mass Answer.
V-100 the two characteristics of isotopes of one kind of element that are needed to determine the average atomic mass of the element Answer.
V-200 the number on the periodic table that represents the AAM Answer.
V-300 Based on the following symbol, how many protons, neutrons and electrons does it have Answer.
V-400 How many protons, neutrons and electrons is in a N-15 isotope with a negative 3 charge Answer.
V-500 Why are the AAMs not whole numbers? Answer.
I-100 A JJThomson Game board
I-200 A Bohr Game board
I-300 A Rutherford Game board
I-400 A Dalton Game board
I-500 A Schrodinger Game board
II-100 A Daltons Atomic Theory Game board
II-200 A Neutron Game board
II-300 A Protons Game board
II-400 A Law of Conservation of Mass Game board
II-500 A The third and 5 th one Game board
III-100 A it is mostly empty space Game board
III-200 A positive Game board
III-300 A neutrons and protons; the nucleus Game board
III-400 A electron Game board
III-500 A The electricity gives the gas energy and promotes the electron to a higher energy level. When it goes back to a lower energy level it gives off the energy as the form of light which we see as different wavelengths/colors. Game board
IV-100 A germanium Game board
IV-200 A 35 Game board
IV-300 A 27 Game board
IV-400 A atomic number; protons Game board
IV-500 A carbon-12 Game board
V-100 A mass of each isotope and the relative percent abundance of each isotope Game board
V-200 A the one with the decimal! Game board
V-300 A 70 Protons, 165 Neutrons, 68 electrons Game board
V-400 A 7 protons, 8 neutrons, 10 electrons Game board
V-500 A the AAM is based on the weighted average of all isotopes of the element Game board