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Science(The atom)

What is an atom? The smallest part of an element which still contains properties of that element
What are the sub-atoms? Protons,neutrons and electons
Where is a proton located and what is its charge? The nucleus and it is positavly charged
Where is the neutron located and what is its charge? The nucleus and it has no charge
Where is an electron located and what is its charge? Orbiting the nucleus and a negative charge
What is the atomic number of an element The number of protons and electrons in an atom of that element
What is the mass atomic number of an element? The number of protons and nuetons in an atom of that element
How do you find how many electrons there are in an element? Atomic number - mass number (top number - bottom number)
How are electrons prepared? the nucleus(protons and nuetrons) the first shell can contain up to 2 electrons, the second and third shells can contain up to 8 electrons
What is an isotope? Atoms of the same element which have different numbers of nuetrons
Give an example of an isotope The carbon element
Created by: Chimozukee