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DefinitionsWords
Representation to show the structure and appearance of something Model
Smallest component of an element Atom
Center of the atom Nucleus
Positive charged subatomic particle in the atom Protons
Subatomic particle in the atom that has no charge Neutrons
Negatively charged subatomic particle in the atom Electrons
The Number or protons and neutrons in an element Atomic Number
Letter abbreviation for an element of the periodic table Atomic Symbol
Particles smaller than atoms but do make atoms up with different charges Subatomic Particles
Smallest unit of an element or compound Molecules
Diagrams that show the bonding between atomsand a molecule Lewis Structure
Atom model where it shows the nucleus is positively charged and the elctrons surround the positivley charged nucleus Bohr Model
Energy Levels thought of as an orbit full of electrons surrounding the nucleus Electron Shell
Electron that can participate in the formation of chemical bonding Valence Electron
Substance in which every object is made of Matter
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