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P. Science Words

List of Words Given by Ms.Bolton

model representation of something;usually on a smaller scale than the original
atom building block of life
nucleus central core of an atom
proton positive subatomic particle found in all atoms
neuton neutral subatomic particle found in all atoms
electron negative subatomic particle found in all atoms
atomic number number of protons in the nucleus of an atom
atomic/nuclear/chemical symbol chemical symbol, the mass number, and the atomic number of the isotope.
subatomic particle a particle smaller than an atom
molecule group of two of more atoms held by chemical bonds
lewis structure diagrams that show bonding between atoms of a molecule
bohr model depicts atom as a small charged nucleus surrounded by electrons
electron shell orbit followed by electrons around an atoms nucleus
valence electron electron that is associated with an atom
matter ordinary matter composed of atoms
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