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Atomic structure

This is a set of key words from chapter 29 and 30

Atom Is the smallest particle of an element which still retains the properties of that element
Proton Protons a sub atomic particles which can be found in the nucleus. These have positive charge
Electron Electron is a sub atomic particle which can be found on the outer shells. This has negative charge
Neutron Neutron is a sub atomic particle which can be found in the nucleus. This has a neutral charge
Atomic mass unit It is a unit to measure the mass of a sub atomic particle
Sub atomic particles A sub atomic particle Makes up an atom each atom I made up of 3 ub atomic particles
Planetary model
Atomic number
Atomic. Mass
N = number
Alkali metal
Alkaline earth metal
Nobel gases
Periodic table
Neil's Bohr
Created by: Gavin preston