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Science T5

How do you find the neutron number in an isotope? The top number minus the bottom number
Define Cation Positive charge
Define Anion Negative charge
Where is most of the mass concentrated in an atom? Nucleus
Explain how energy is related to energy levels of a Bohr Model The closer to the middle the middle the electrons are the less energy they have because they don't need as much energy.
Define Energy Levels Places electrons can be in the electron cloud
Why does atomic mass have a decimal? Because it is the average. Some have more or less
What is an ion and how is it formed? An ion is an atom with a different number of electrons. They are formed when the atom gains or loses an electron.
Atomic number is the number of_______ Protons
Define isotope: An atom with a different number of neutrons
Atomic Number Protons
Atomic Mass Protons AND Neutrons
Neutrons = _____ minus ______ Mass / Protons
Created by: 16esmith