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physical science

symbol of alpha a
symbol of beta B
symbol of gamma y
list 5 things that show chemical change as happened 1. Smell 2. Color change 3. Bubble/gas forms 4. Solid form from 2 liquids 5. Release of energy
What are 3 subatomic particles that make up an atom, and what are their changes? 1. Protons 2. Neutrons 3. Electron
What makes up the nucleus of an atom? Protons and neutrons
Where are the electrons located in an atom? Outside
What are quarks? Protons and neutrons that are made of smaller particals
Chopping wood Physical
Food molding chemicals
Charge for alpha +2
Charge for beta -1
Charge for gamma 0
Half life To take the number you have an divide it by 2 for each time you have to divide it
what is an ion An atom or molecule with a net electric charge due to the loss or gain of one or more electrons.
Alpha can be stopped by? Paper and, clothing
Beta can be stopped by? lab coats, and gloves
Gamma can be stopped by? Lead, thick and concrete
Created by: alvarezi