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Atom Structure

knowledge ranking chart vocabulary, examining and understanding the model.

Atom a unbreakable particle considered to be carbon; nucleus centered, and electron orbiting particle
molecule smallest particle, made of atoms
model representation of a bigger object
nucleus core,center, brain of an object
proton positive subatomic particle
neutron no charged sub atomic particle
electron negative charged subatomic particle
atomic number number of protons in a nucleus
atomic/nuclear/chemical symbol latin alphabet, -1,-2,-3
subatomic particle what makes up an atom, elementary or composite
lewis structure diagram that shows atoms and lone pair electrons bonding
bohr model Niel Bohr (1913) model of the atom, positively charged nucleus with orbiting electrons
electron shell principal energy level, orbit followed by neutrons
matter composed of atoms, weight or space taken up
valence electron electrons associated with an atom and can participate in a chemical bond
Created by: Jaylawayla