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How to Read TPT

these are flash cards on how to read the Periodic Table and find values

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What does the automic number signify? The amount of protons in each element and electrons
What do the columns separate the elements into? *element groups *similar properties
Where is the atomic mass located? At the bottom of the box
Atoms must have__________. an equal amount of protons
The atomic weight _____________. a measurement of the total number of particles in an atom's nucleus
To find the mass number you need to______. round the atomic weight to the next whole number
Mass number = number of protons + number of neutrons
Protons= Mass number - number of neutrons
Neutrons = Mass number- number of protons
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