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Physical Science

TermDefinition
Model Usually a visual example of a subject bring represented
Atom The smallest unit of life
Nuclues The central part of an atom ,made of protons and neutrons
Proton Positively charged subatomic particle of an atom
Neutron Neutral charged subatomic particle of an atom
Electron Negatively charged subatomic particle of an atom
Atomic Number The Number of Protons in the element, determines which element an atom is
Atomic Symbol Element's abbreviation Ex(Carbon-C)
Subatomic Particle Are smaller than an atom, usually makes up the atom,itself
Molecule Two or more connected atoms, can be same or different
Lewis Structure Visual representation of the bonds between the atoms and highlight the lone pair of electrons in molecules
Bohr Model Makes the atom out as a small positively charged nucleus surronded by electrons
Electron Shell Orbit followed by electron around an atom's nucleus
Valence Electron Electrons that can participate in a chemical bond ,or a covalent bond
Matter Anything that takes up space and has mass
Created by: BobbieBrown