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Bonnie Branch MS 8th

Bonnie Branch MS 8th gr Dalton's Atomic Theory

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Atoms can't be broken down into ________. smaller particles (Atoms are nearly impossible to break apart.)
In any element, all atoms are_____. exactly alike (An element always has the same properties.)
Atoms of different elements are ______. different (Different elements have their own set of properties.)
Atoms of two or more elements can combine to form ______. compounds (Compounds break down into elements.)
Atoms of each element have a unique_____. mass (The atoms of any element have an identifiable mass.)
The masses of elements in a compound are always in a(n) _______. constant ratio (in any sample of a compound the ratio of the masses of elements is always the same.)
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