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Chem Exam Ch.3

Final Exam

who discovered the ncleus by bonbarding gold foil with positively charged particles Rutherford
Rutherfords experiments led to the disovery of the nucleus
Experiments with cathode rays led to the disovery of the electron
organic chemistry si the study of carbon containing compounds
the fact NaCl always consist of 39.34% Na and 60.66% Cl is what law law of definite proportions
the smallest unit of an element that can exit alone or in combination with other such particles is an atom
the disovery fo the electron resulted from experiments using cathode rays
a positively charged particle with mass 1.673X10-23 is a proton
the atomic number of oxygen 8 indicates that there are eight protons in the nucleus of an oxygen
all atoms of the same element have the same atomic number
Created by: Terry22