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Atomic Structure

This is a set of key word from chapter 29 & 30

Atom The smallest particle of an element that can exist which still retains the properties of that element.
Proton A sub atomic particles which is positive
Electron A sub atomic particles which is negative
Neutron A sub atomic particles
Atomic mass unit The line going down in the periodic table
Sub - Atomic Unit
Planetary Model
Atomic Number
Atomic mass
Group Where the element are seperated to metals,earth metals etc.
Alkali metals
Alkaline Earth Metal
Nobel Gases
Periodic Table A chart on where the elements are separated to different groups
Isotopes Atoms of the same element that have different numbers of neutrons in their nucleus
Dalton The person who found the atomic structure
Neils Bohr Planetery model of atom Bohr Diagrams
Created by: Ryzeer