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How is the Periodic Table arranged arranged by atomic number and valence electrons
What is Atomic mass Protons plus Neutrons
what is the atomic number Amount of Protons
What does inert mean full or stable ex.Noble Gases
What is a Proton positive charge of the subatomic particle that also contributes to the mass
What is a Neutron negative charge of the subatomic particle that does not contribute to the mass
What is an electron A neutrally charged subatomic particle
what is a bohr model a model of an atom that shows its subatomic particle
what is a subscript the small number on the chemical symbl
what is frequency the number of waves that pass one point in a second
what is a light year the distance that light travels in a year
what are electromagnetic waves waves that dont need a medium to pass through
what can you use an infrared ray for? to look at temperatures of stars
what is potential energy stored energy
what is kinetic energy energy of motion
what can you use visible light for it is used to see element composition
what is an HR diagram a diagram that plots a stars temperature and magnitude
what is speed how fast something is moving
what is velocity Speed and direction
what is force F=MA
what is an unbalanced force forces that are unequal resulting in change of motion
what is a balanced force Forces that are equal resulting in no change of motion
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