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Atom Words- Sara Lan

TermDefinition
Model A representation of data
Atom the basic unit of matter; the smallest unit of an element
Nucleus a mass in an atom that contains protons and neutrons; the nucleus is positively charged
Proton positively charged particles that are found in the nucleus of an atom
Neutron particles in an atom's nucleus that have no charge
Electron negatively charged particles on the outside of an atom
Atomic Number the number of protons in the nucleus in an atom of a given element
Atomic Symbol/Nuclear Symbol/ Chemical Symbol a 1,2, or 3 letter agreed as a code for a chemical
Subatomic Particles a particle smaller than an atom (e.g. neutrons, protons, and electrons.)
Molecule the smallest physical unit of an element or compound
Lewis Structure diagrams that show the bonding between atoms and molecules
Bohr Model electrons go around the nucleus at set distances
Electron Shell a grouping of electrons surrounding the nucleus of an atom
Valence Electron an electron that is linked with an atom can be involved with forming a chemical bond
Matter that which has mass; solids, liquids, and gases
Created by: doctorslasher