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Atomic Structure

This is a set of keywords from Chapters 29 & 30

TermDefinition
Atom
Proton
Electron Sub-atomic particles found in the outer orbit on a Bohr diagram
Neutron
Atomic Mass Unit Number of how heavy a unit weighs
Sub-Atomic Particles
Planetary Model
Atomic Numbers
Atomic Mass
N= Number Period on a periodic table and also tells us how many shells it has
Group Rows going vertically on a periodic table
Period Rows going horizontally on a periodic table also reprasents N=number
Alkali metals First group on the periodic table
Alkaline Earth Metal Second group on the periodic table
Halogens
Nobel Gases
Periodic Table
Isotopes
Mendeler
Dalton
Nels Bohr
Created by: conormchale