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Atomic Structure

This is a set of layouts from chapters 29&30

Atom The smallest particle of an element which still retains the properties of that element
Proton The positive charge of an atom found in its nucleus
Electron The negative charge of an atom found in its shells
Neutron The neutral charge of an atom found in its nucleus
Atomic Mass Unit The unit of mass (a.m.u)
Sub-Atomic Particles Protons, Electrons, Neutrons
Planetary Model The 2D structure of an atom
Atomic Number The position of the element on the Periodic Table, its also the amount of protons and electrons in an element
N = Number The number of electrons in an element
Group The vertical lines on the Periodic Table
Period The horizontal lines on the Periodic Table
Alkali Metals The 1st group of the Periodic Table
Alkaline Earth Metals The 2nd group of the Periodic Table
Halogens The 7th group on the Periodic Table
Periodic Table The table of all of the discovered elements. Created by Dimitri Mendeleev
Isotopes Atoms of the same element that have different numbers of neutrons
John Dalton Founded the Atomic Structure Theory
Niels Bohr Founded the Planetary Model Theory
Dimitri Mendeleev The creator of the Periodic Table
Nobel Gases The 8th group on the Periodic Table
Created by: KillianMurphy



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