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Atomic Theory--Section 3.2 Part 2

Atomic Theory--Section 3.2 Part 2

Author: Renee Haugen
Description:

Students should be able to:

 

•Compare the charge, mass, and location of the proton, neutron, and electron within an atom.
 
•Define and identify atomic number and mass number of an atom.
 
•Define isotope and symbolize or name them using two different methods.

Basic information on subatomic particles, atomic number, mass number, and  isotopes.

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Tutorial

DON'T FORGET!

You can either type your answers into the form below (I will print out answers and give them to you in class tomorrow) or print out the document below and complete it on paper. If you use the form, it might be helpful to open a new window so you can see both at the same time. 

Source: R. Haugen

Google Forms PowerNotes Section 3.2 Atomic Structure Part 2: Atomic Particles

Please notice that if you can't read the entire question, you can find a scroll bar at the bottom of the form to move the form over to see it. If I can figure out how to fix this and make it wider, I will!

Source: Renee Haugen

PowerNotes--Section 3.2 Atomic Structure Part 2: Atomic Particles

Compare the charge, mass, and location of the proton, neutron, and electron within an atom.

Define and identify atomic number and mass number of an atom.

Define isotope and symbolize or name them using two different methods.

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Source: Renee Haugen

Section 3.2, Atomic Structure Part 2: Atomic Particles

A description of the three major atomic particles as well as atomic number, isotopes, and symbolic notation.

Source: Renee Haugen