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alkaline earth metal in nature false
e- in bohr's atom orbit
what happen when e- go from lower to higher orbital a photon is absorbed
equal temperature scale
dalton atomic theory
symbol for wavelength λ
physical change changes affecting the form of a chemical substance, but do not change the chemical composition of that substance
what define element the number of protons present in the nucleus
energy needed to remove e- Ionization energy
mass#=? sum of its protons and neutrons
element in f orbital inner transition elements
physical property any property that is measurable whose value describes a physical system's state
significant figure problem
why light occur
representative element have outermost s and p sublevel partially filled
wavelength and frequency are this
size trend Atoms increase in size as you go down a column and are larger going from right to left across a row
ml=cc3 3
definition of hypothesis proposed explanation for some event or problem
definition of matter anything that has mass and volume
quanta light photon
exclusion principle only 2 e- opposite spin
conservation of mass mass can neither be created nor destroyed
highest eletronegativity Fluorine
a guess estimation
# of f orbital 7
density problem d=m/v
modern model of the atom quantum mechanical model
the factor being tested variable
si unit of energy joule
conservation of mass mass can neither be created nor destroyed
definition of an atom the smallest particle of element that retains the chemical identity of that element
si unit of mass kilogram
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