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Atomic Stucture

unit 3

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atom smallest particle of element that retains it's identity
Democritus - came up with idea of atom - believed atoms were indivisible and indestructable (WRONG)
Dalton's Atomic Theory -- all elements made from atoms -- same element= same atom -- atoms combine in whole number ratios -- atoms can be rearranged but not changed into another atom
electron negative charge
who discovered electron and what did they call them JJ Thomson; corpuscles
JJ Thomson discovered... charge to mass ratio
who did the Cathode Ray experiment JJ Thomson
Millikan found electrons charge which led to finding the mass
who did the oil drop experiemnt Millikan
4 things Thomson did -- discovered electron -- cathode ray experiment -- charge:mass ratio -- Plum Pudding Model
proton positive charge
neutron neutral charge
proton (in chart) symbol: p^+ mass (amu): 1 charge: 1+
neutron (in chart) symbol: n^0 mass (amu): 1 charge: 0
electron (in chart) symbol: e^- mass (amu): 0 charge: 1-
Gold-foil experiment rutherford; shot alpha particles @ gold foil and particles went straight through; some were deflected at large angles
electrons are ____ of nucleus outside
atomic number number of protons
proton #= electron #
nucleus contains most of mass
round atomic mass
neutron number= mass #- atomic number
diff element= diff number of protons
ion same # of protons; diff number of electrons
isotope same# of protons; diff number of neutrons
Created by: carolineeasley