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Electrons & Protons

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Atoms are small particles that cannot be ______________? Atoms are small particles that cannot be created, divided, or destroyed. you're doing great!!!
What are electrons? Negatively charged, found in electron clounds, and mass is almost zero. you're doing great!!!
What are protons? Positively charged, found in the nucleus, mass is 1 amu you're doing great!!!
What are neutrons? Have no charge, found in the nucleus, mass is 1 amu you're doing great!!!
What two particles make up the nucleus? Protons and Neutrons you're doing great!!!
Is the protons the same as the atomic number? (T or F) True you're doing great!!!
The element Gold (Au) has 79 protons and the atomic mass is 197; How many neutrons are there? 118 you're doing great!!!
Electrons do or do not travel in definite paths. Electrons do not travel in definite paths. you're doing great!!!
To get the number of neutrons, you subtract the mass number from the atomic number? (T or F) True you're doing great!!!
Who stated that electrons can jump between levels? Bohr you're doing great!!!
If there is 56 protons and 81 neutrons, what is the atomic mass? 137 you're doing great!!!
What is a isotope? An atom that have the same number of protons but have different numbers of neutrons. you're doing great!!!
Atoms of an element are not alike. (T or F) False, atoms of an element are exactly alike. you're doing great!!!
Can atoms join with another atom to make a new substance? Yes you're doing great!!!
Created by: Greggo