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>Ch4 Vocab<

Mr. Beatty's Vocab HW. This is my FUN(erd) way of studying!

Alpha Particles A particle with two protons and two neutrons, with a 2+ charge. Equivalent to Helium -4 nucleus. Represented by (Insert fish-like "a" here)
amu Atomic Mass Unit- 1/12 of the mass of an atom.
Atomic Mass The weighted average mass of the isotopes of a given element.
Mass Number # after an element's name; sum of protons and neutrons
Atomic Number # of protons in an atom.
Proton + Charged Particle in an atom (Duh)
Electron - Charged Particle in an atom (Duh)
Beta Particles A high speed electron with a 1-charge that is emitted during radioactive decay.
Gamma Radiation Has no mass or electrical charge; is not deflected by electric or magnetic fields. Accompanies alpha and beta radiation.
Neutrons Neutral Charged Particle
Isotopes Atoms of the same element with different # of neutrons
Nucleus Extremely small center of an atom. Composes of protons, neutrons, and electrons. Positively charged.
Nuclear Equation Type of equation that shows the atomic # and mass number of the particles involved.
Radioactive Decay Spontaneous process in which unstable nuclei lose energy by emitting radiation.
Radioactivity The process in which some substances spontaneously emit radiation.
Created by: RSprouse