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this website, and the units their within. The Atom Pa r t I RED SLIDE: These are notes that are very

important and should be recorded in your science journal. Copyright 2010 Ryan P. Murphy -Nice neat notes that are legible and use indents when appropriate.

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Proton Electro n Neutron RED SLIDE: These are notes that are very important and should be recorded in your

science journal. BLACK SLIDE: Pay attention, follow directions, complete projects as described and answer required questions neatly. Copyright 2010 Ryan P. Murphy

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Topics addressed in this Unit Topics addressed in this Unit Part I NGSS Standards 3-5 Part

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Copyright 2010 Ryan P. Murphy The Atom Pa r t I The Atoms and Periodic Table Unit

Copyright 2010 Ryan P. Murphy How small is an atom? Activity! Bringing things down to size.

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89 Copyright 2010 Ryan P. Murphy 90 Answer: If you were to cut the paper in half

about 90 times, you would be around the size of the atom. 90 Answer: If you were to cut the paper in half about 90 times, you would be around the

size of the atom. The atom is incredib . ly small 90 Copyright 2010 Ryan P. Murphy

Answer: If you were to cut the paper in half about 90 times, you would be around the size of the atom. Please clean up all of the atoms.

90 Copyright 2010 Ryan P. Murphy About a million atoms stacked on top of each other = the thickness of a sheet of paper.

Copyright 2010 Ryan P. Murphy About 5 million atoms make up a period at the end of a sentence. Copyright 2010 Ryan P. Murphy

Link! Size Scale of the Universe (Flash) From Sub-Atomic to the Universe. http://inciswf.com/589217_scale_of_universe_ enhanced.swf Atoms worksheet available.

Atoms worksheet available. Journal Question? Please use the round Petri-dish to create a circle. Inside the circle, write everything you know about the atom.

Copyright 2010 Ryan P. Murphy Video Link! The size of atoms http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yQP4UJhNn0I Copyright 2010 Ryan P. Murphy

Video Link, Atoms, Googols, and the Googolplex. (7 minutes) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gh4F5BQ8hgw Copyright 2010 Ryan P. Murphy

Is this you billions of years ago? Copyright 2010 Ryan P. Murphy Answer! Answer! The spinning

The atomic atomicparticles particles spinning around billions billions ofofyears ago

areare the the same around years ago atomsatoms

that make planets all thatand same thatupmake upand planets

arethat on them. your Yes, atoms were all are onYes,

them. you were stardust. once a gas cloud spinning around the universe.

Can we see atoms? Is this drawing accurate? Copyright 2010 Ryan P. Murphy These pictures just represent what the

atom might look like. They are simple models meant for understanding. Copyright 2010 Ryan P. Murphy These pictures just represent what the

atom might look like. They are simple models meant for understanding. Copyright 2010 Ryan P. Murphy These pictures just represent what the

atom might look like. They are simple models meant for understanding. Today I will attempt to help you understand the universe. Copyright 2010 Ryan P. Murphy

These pictures just represent what the atom might look like. They are simple models meant for understanding. Today I will attempt to help you understand the universe.

I unfortunately must use simple pictures because as we know atoms are very small and they are mostly empty space. Copyright 2010 Ryan P. Murphy We cant see individual atoms.

We can see billions and billions of them bonded together. We cant see individual atoms. We can see billions and billions of them bonded together.

Atomic Force Microscope Copyright 2010 Ryan P. Murphy Atomic Force Microscope Copyright 2010 Ryan P. Murphy

Video Link! A Boy and His Atom Smallest movie ever made from IBM. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oSCX78-8-q0 Copyright 2010 Ryan P. Murphy

Video Link! A Boy and His Atom Smallest movie ever made from IBM. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oSCX78-8-q0 Making of (Optional) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z_8LHqwYMKY

Copyright 2010 Ryan P. Murphy Video! A look at the atoms in steel. Look closely to get a good look atom . http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dNvdrpEmS48 Copyright 2010 Ryan P. Murphy

An atom has charged particles, this means it has a (+) and a (-) charge. Copyright 2010 Ryan P. Murphy An atom has charged particles, this means

it has a (+) and a (-) charge. Atoms and some of the particles they are made of carry a charge. Copyright 2010 Ryan P. Murphy (Optional) Recommended Link! Khan

Academy Introduces the Atom. 21 minutes http://www.khanacademy.org/video/introduc tion-to-the-atom?playlist=Chemistry Atoms worksheet available.

Early experiments realized that that atoms were charged particles. One of those experiments is a Crookes tube. Copyright 2010 Ryan P. Murphy Early experiments realized that that atoms

Hoot Hoot I cant were charged particles. One of those wait to see how this experiments is a Crookes tube. Crookes tube thing works.

Copyright 2010 Ryan P. Murphy Early experiments realized that that atoms were charged particles. One of those experiments is a Crookes tube. Copyright 2010 Ryan P. Murphy

Video! Cathode Ray tube. Record a picture of it in your journal and how it worked to help show that atoms carry a charge. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XU8nMKkzbT8 -

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+ Copyright 2010 Ryan P. Murphy Like charges (-) (-) repel. The Electron is negative.

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- Copyright 2010 Ryan P. Murphy Opposite charges attract (+) (-). The electrons are negative.

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What did this study find? It helped lead J.J. Thompson to realizing that this ray is negatively charged. (electron) - +

+ - Copyright 2010 Ryan P. Murphy What did this study find? It helped lead J.J. Thompson to realizing that this

ray is negatively charged. (electron) + - Learn more: http://explorable.com/cathod

e-ray-experiment.html - + Copyright 2010 Ryan P. Murphy

Copyright 2010 Ryan P. Murphy Copyright 2010 Ryan P. Murphy Knowing that an atom had a charge was just the first step. Scientists still didnt

know the structure of the atom. Copyright 2010 Ryan P. Murphy Knowing that an atom had a charge was just the first step. Scientists still didnt know the structure of the atom.

J.J. Thompsons early plum pudding model of an atom. Copyright 2010 Ryan P. Murphy Knowing that an atom had a charge was just the first step. Scientists still didnt

know the structure of the atom. J.J. Thompsons early plum pudding model of an atom. (This was incorrect) Copyright 2010 Ryan P. Murphy Atoms worksheet available.

Ernest Rutherfords experiment used particles and reflection to determine the structure of the atom. What is the mystery shape in the next slide, using your knowledge of reflection?

Copyright 2010 Ryan P. Murphy Ernest Rutherfords experiment used particles and reflection to determine the structure of the atom. What is the mystery shape in the next slide. Use your knowledge of reflection?

Copyright 2010 Ryan P. Murphy Try and guess the mystery shape below based on how objects would reflect off it. Copyright 2010 Ryan P. Murphy

Answer! Copyright 2010 Ryan P. Murphy Ernest Rutherford had to make sense of a puzzle similar to this to figure out the

structure of the atom. Copyright 2010 Ryan P. Murphy Ernest Rutherford had to make sense of a puzzle similar to this to figure out the structure of the atom.

Copyright 2010 Ryan P. Murphy Ernest Rutherford had to make sense of a puzzle similar to this to figure out the structure of the atom.

Copyright 2010 Ryan P. Murphy Rutherfords gold foil experiment Copyright 2010 Ryan P. Murphy

Video! Rutherfords Gold Foil Experiment http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5pZj0u_XMbc Copyright 2010 Ryan P. Murphy In Rutherford's experiment, a radioactive source

shot a stream of alpha particles at a sheet of very thin gold foil which stood in front of a screen. Copyright 2010 Ryan P. Murphy In Rutherford's experiment, a radioactive source shot a stream of alpha particles at a sheet of very

thin gold foil which stood in front of a screen. The alpha particles would make small flashes of light where they hit the screen. Copyright 2010 Ryan P. Murphy Since some of the positive alpha particles

were substantially deflected, Copyright 2010 Ryan P. Murphy Since some of the positive alpha particles were substantially deflected, Rutherford concluded that there must be something

inside an atom for the alpha particles to bounce off of, Copyright 2010 Ryan P. Murphy Since some of the positive alpha particles were substantially deflected, Rutherford

concluded that there must be something inside an atom for the alpha particles to bounce off of, that must be small, dense, and positively charged. Copyright 2010 Ryan P. Murphy

Since some of the positive alpha particles were substantially deflected, Rutherford concluded that there must be something inside an atom for the alpha particles to bounce off of, that must be small, dense, and positively charged. The Nucleus

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Copyright 2010 Ryan P. Murphy The history of the atom. Learn more at http://www.nobeliefs.com/atom.htm Ernest Rutherford: Learn more

http://www.rutherford.org.nz/ Copyright 2010 Ryan P. Murphy An Atom is the smallest part of an element which can take part in a

chemical reaction. Copyright 2010 Ryan P. Murphy The atom consists of three

fundamental particles - Copyright 2010 Ryan P. Murphy Proton

+ (positive charge) Copyright 2010 Ryan P. Murphy Proton + (positive charge)

Copyright 2010 Ryan P. Murphy Proton + (positive charge)

+ Copyright 2010 Ryan P. Murphy Proton + (positive charge)

Copyright 2010 Ryan P. Murphy Proton + (positive charge)

+ + Copyright 2010 Ryan P. Murphy Proton

+ (positive charge) This atom will + 2 Protons always have +

Copyright 2010 Ryan P. Murphy Neutron 0 (neutral charge / no

charge) Copyright 2010 Ryan P. Murphy Neutron 0 (neutral charge / no

charge) Copyright 2010 Ryan P. Murphy Neutron

0 (neutral charge / no charge). Copyright 2010 Ryan P. Murphy Neutron

0 (neutral charge / no charge). Called Nucleons Copyright 2010 Ryan P. Murphy

Neutron: A particle that appears in the nucleus of all atoms except hydrogen. Copyright 2010 Ryan P. Murphy Neutron: A particle that appears in the nucleus of all

atoms except hydrogen. Neutrons have no electrical charge and just a bit more mass than a proton. Copyright 2010 Ryan P. Murphy Neutron: A particle that appears in the nucleus of all

atoms except hydrogen. Neutrons have no electrical charge and just a bit more mass than a proton. Copyright 2010 Ryan P. Murphy Neutron: A particle that appears in the nucleus of all

atoms except hydrogen. Neutrons have no electrical charge and just a bit more mass than a proton. A neutron walks into a video store. Copyright 2010 Ryan P. Murphy

Neutron: A particle that appears in the nucleus of all atoms except hydrogen. Neutrons have no electrical charge and just a bit more mass than a proton. He asks the clerk How much are the movies? Copyright 2010 Ryan P. Murphy

Neutron: A particle that appears in the nucleus of all atoms except hydrogen. Neutrons have no electrical charge and just a bit more mass than a proton. He asks the clerk How much are the movies?

For you No Charge. Copyright 2010 Ryan P. Murphy Neutron: A particle that appears in the nucleus of all

atoms except hydrogen. Neutrons have no electrical charge and just a bit more mass than a proton. He asks the clerk How much are the movies? For you No

Charge. Copyright 2010 Ryan P. Murphy Neutron: A particle that appears in the nucleus of all atoms except hydrogen. Neutrons have no electrical charge and just a bit more

mass than a proton. He asks the clerk How much are the movies? Copyright 2010 Ryan P. Murphy Electron

(negative charge) Copyright 2010 Ryan P. Murphy + Copyright 2010 Ryan P. Murphy

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Nucleus: The positively charged center of the atom. Copyright 2010 Ryan P. Murphy

Nucleus: The positively charged center of the atom. The

nucleus has an incredibly high density. Copyright 2010 Ryan P. Murphy Nucleus:

The positively charged center of the atom. The nucleus has an incredibly high density. Equal to a million million million kg

m-3 or a thousand million million tonnes m-3 Copyright 2010 Ryan P. Murphy Nucleus:

The positively charged center of the atom. The nucleus has an incredibly high density. Or 6 billion or so cars stuffed into a

small cardboard box. Copyright 2010 Ryan P. Murphy Nucleus: The positively charged center of the atom. The nucleus has an incredibly high density.

Copyright 2010 Ryan P. Murphy Nucleus Nucleus

Nucleus Nucleus Nucleus Nucleus

Nucleus Nucleus Nucleus

Nucleus Nucleus Nucleus Lithium will always have

3 atoms Nucleus Lithium will always have 3 atoms

Nucleus Lithium will always have 3 atoms Nucleus

Lithium will always have 3 atoms Atoms General. Learn more before the quiz. at http://web.jjay.cuny.edu/~acarpi/NSC/3-atoms.htm Quiz Wiz! 1-10 Name that part of the Atom. Proton, Neutron, Electron, Nucleus

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3 4 5 6

7 8 9

1 0 Bonus Question! Name the Superhero? Answers! 1-10 Name that part of the Atom.

Proton, Neutron, Electron, Nucleus Copyright 2010 Ryan P. Murphy 1 Nucleus

1 Nucleus Could be the proton in Hydrogen

and the electron is flying around. 1

2 Electron 2 3

Neutron 3 4

Proton 4 5 Electron

5 6 Nucleus

6 7 Electron 7

8 8 Nucleus 8

Nucleus Electron Cloud 9

Nucleus 9 1 0

Proton and the nucleus Hydrogen 1 0

Bonus Question! Name the Superhero? Bonus Question! Name the Superhero? The Flash

What is this a picture of? What is this a picture of? Our Solar System What is this a picture of? Our Solar System Why am I showing you this?

What is this a picture of? Our Solar System Why am I showing you this? To show the incorrect behavior of subatomic particles. Activity! Pin the tail on the electron! One volunteer needs to tape the tail to the electron. Blindfold not needed.

Activity! Pin the tail on the electron! One volunteer needs to tape the tail to the electron. Blindfold not needed. Activity! Pin the tail on the electron! What is the point in this activity?

Heisenberg Uncertainty Principle You can't know with certainty both where an electron is and where it's going next. That makes it impossible to plot an orbit for an electron around a nucleus.

Copyright 2010 Ryan P. Murphy Heisenberg Uncertainty Principle You can't know with certainty both where an electron is and where it's going next. Copyright 2010 Ryan P. Murphy

Heisenberg Uncertainty Principle You can't know with certainty both where an electron is and where it's going next. That makes it impossible to plot an orbit for an electron around a nucleus.

Copyright 2010 Ryan P. Murphy Heisenberg Uncertainty Principle You can't know with certainty both where an electron is and where it's going next. That makes it impossible to plot an orbit for an electron around a nucleus.

Copyright 2010 Ryan P. Murphy Heisenberg Uncertainty Principle You can't know with certainty both where an electron is and where it's going next. That makes it impossible to plot an orbit for an

electron around a nucleus. This is also true for the Proton and Neutron. Copyright 2010 Ryan P. Murphy Heisenberg Uncertainty Principle You can't know with certainty both where an

electron is and where it's going next. That makes it impossible to plot an orbit for an electron around a nucleus. This is also true for the Proton and Neutron. Learn more (advanced) at http://science.howstuffworks.com/innovation/scien

ce-questions/quantum-suicide2.htm Copyright 2010 Ryan P. Murphy Nucleus Electron

Electron, really a kilometer away if the nucleus is right here. Could you pin point the exact location of any

single particle? Could you pin point the exact location of any single particle? Where will the electron be on the next slide Put a

marker to see if we will be right. You cant pinpoint the exact location of any single particle according to The Heinsenburg

Uncertainty Principle. Could you provide a general region you might find a particular particle? Could you provide a

general region you might find a particular particle? Yes, the nucleus was usually found around here. Could you provide a

general region you might find a particular particle? Yes, the nucleus was usually found around here. Could you provide a

general region you might find a particular particle? The Electron was usually found in this region. Could you provide a general region you might

find a particular particle? The Electron was usually found in this region. These type of models are just to help us understand.

Copyright 2010 Ryan P. Murphy Heisenburg Uncertainty Principle. Video Link! Hanks explains. Preview for language. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=noZWLPpj3to

Neils Bohr Model (1913): Copyright 2010 Ryan P. Murphy Neils Bohr Model (1913): Depicts the atom as a small, positively charged nucleus surrounded by electrons that travel in circular

orbits around the nucleus . Copyright 2010 Ryan P. Murphy Neils Bohr Model (1913): Depicts the atom as a small, positively charged nucleus

surrounded by electrons that travel in circular orbits around the nucleus . M r e

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l e Copyright 2010 Ryan P. Murphy Neils Bohr Model (1913): Depicts the atom as a small, positively charged nucleus

surrounded by electrons that travel in circular orbits around the nucleus . M r e

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l e Because of its simplicity, the Bohr model is still commonly taught to

introduce students to quantum mechanics. Copyright 2010 Ryan P. Murphy Neils Bohr Model (1913): Depicts the atom as a small, positively charged nucleus surrounded by electrons that travel in circular

orbits around the nucleus . d o l

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model is still commonly taught to introduce students to quantum mechanics. Copyright 2010 Ryan P. Murphy Atoms worksheet available.

Activity Creating an accurate model of an atom. Atomic Cloud model. Copyright 2010 Ryan P. Murphy Activity Creating an accurate model of an

atom. Atomic Cloud model. Create a small nucleus (3 protons) and then make 500 hundred dots (Three Electrons moving at the speed of light around the nucleus.) Copyright 2010 Ryan P. Murphy

Activity Creating an accurate model of an atom. Atomic Cloud model. Create a small nucleus (3 protons) and then make 500 hundred dots (Three Electrons moving at the speed of light around the nucleus.) Label model as Atomic Cloud

Copyright 2010 Ryan P. Murphy Circle 3 Electrons Copyright 2010 Ryan P. Murphy

Copyright 2010 Ryan P. Murphy These are the three electrons in the Lithium

Atom Copyright 2010 Ryan P. Murphy These are the three electrons in the

Lithium Atom They are moving at the speed of

light Copyright 2010 Ryan P. Murphy These are the three electrons in the

Lithium Atom 299,792, 458 m / s They are moving at the speed of

light in a Copyright 2010 Ryan P. Murphy Copyright 2010 Ryan P. Murphy They are everywhere and nowhere?

Copyright 2010 Ryan P. Murphy They are everywhere and nowhere? An atom is mostly empty space Copyright 2010 Ryan P. Murphy

E M P T Y S P A CE Copyright 2010 Ryan P. Murphy

E M P T Y S P A CE Everything is composed chiefly of nothing Copyright 2010 Ryan P. Murphy Copyright 2010 Ryan P. Murphy

Copyright 2010 Ryan P. Murphy Copyright 2010 Ryan P. Murphy Copyright 2010 Ryan P. Murphy Why dont the negative

electrons just attract to positive protons? We know opposite charges attract. - +

Copyright 2010 Ryan P. Murphy It has to do with the uncertainty principle. We know opposite charges attract.

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It has to do with the uncertainty principle. -The electron cannot have a defined position in the nuclei of atoms means that it must occupy every other space within the atom in a wave of possibilities. We know opposite charges attract.

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It has to do with the uncertainty principle. -The electron cannot have a defined position in the nuclei of atoms means that it must occupy every other space within the atom a wave explanation.

of possibilities. More in difficult Pauli exclusion The principle thatattract. two

We principle: know opposite charges fermions of a given type, such as electrons, protons, or neutrons, cannot occupy the same quantum state. It does not apply to bosons. This principle plays a key role in the electron orbital

structure of atoms, since it prevents more than two electrons from occupying any given orbital (two are allowed, since they may have opposite spin, and thus be in different quantum states) -

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Take away the empty space in these atoms The mountain could

fit in a jug. You should have completed page 2 of the bundled homework package. You should have completed page 2 of the bundled homework package.

You should have completed page 2 of the bundled homework package. You should have completed page 2 of the bundled homework package.

Atoms always have the same number of protons and electrons, this is called the atomic number. Copyright 2010 Ryan P. Murphy

Atoms always have the same number of protons and electrons, this is called the atomic number.

Copyright 2010 Ryan P. Murphy Atoms always have the same number of protons and electrons, this is called the atomic number.

Silver will Always have 47 Protons in its nucleus Copyright 2010 Ryan P. Murphy

Atoms always have the same number of protons and electrons, this is called the atomic number. Silver will

Always have 47 Protons in its nucleus Copyright 2010 Ryan P. Murphy Atoms

always have the same number of protons and electrons, this is called the atomic number. Silver will Always have 47 Protons

in its nucleus Copyright 2010 Ryan P. Murphy What atom is this How can you tell? Copyright 2010 Ryan P. Murphy

Answer! (2 Protons) Atomic #2 Copyright 2010 Ryan P. Murphy Answer! (2 Protons) Atomic #2 (Helium) Copyright 2010 Ryan P. Murphy

Answer! (2 Protons) Atomic #2 (Helium) Copyright 2010 Ryan P. Murphy Answer! (2 Protons) Atomic #2 (Helium)

Atomic Mass Copyright 2010 Ryan P. Murphy Answer! (2 Protons) Atomic #2 (Helium) Almost no mass

Atomic Mass Copyright 2010 Ryan P. Murphy Atomic Number Atomic Symbol

Name Atomic Mass Copyright 2010 Ryan P. Murphy Atomic Number

Atomic Symbol Name Atomic Mass Copyright 2010 Ryan P. Murphy Atomic

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Atomic Number Atomic Symbol Name Atomic Mass

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Atomic Mass Copyright 2010 Ryan P. Murphy Atomic Number Atomic Symbol

Name Atomic Mass Copyright 2010 Ryan P. Murphy Atomic Number Atomic Symbol

Name Atomic Mass Copyright 2010 Ryan P. Murphy Atomic Number

Atomic Symbol Name Atomic Mass Copyright 2010 Ryan P. Murphy Atomic

Number Atomic Symbol Note: Only the first letter is capitalized.

Name Atomic Mass Copyright 2010 Ryan P. Murphy Atomic Number

Atomic Symbol Note: Only the first letter is capitalized.

Name Atomic Mass Also note that the atomic symbol for Silver is Si . Si is the atomic Symbol for Silicon.

Copyright 2010 Ryan P. Murphy The Nucleus has almost all the mass of the atom.

Copyright 2010 Ryan P. Murphy The Nucleus has almost all the mass of the atom.

Its made up of protons (+) + + Copyright 2010 Ryan P. Murphy

The Nucleus has almost all the mass of the atom. Its made up of protons (+) and neutrons (O) (0).

+ o o +

Copyright 2010 Ryan P. Murphy The Nucleus has almost all the mass of the atom.

Its made up of protons (+) and neutrons (O) (0). Mostly empty space except for dense nucleus + o o +

Copyright 2010 Ryan P. Murphy The Nucleus has almost all the mass of the atom.

Its made up of protons (+) and neutrons (O) (0). Mostly empty space except for dense nucleus + o o +

Everything is made chiefly of nothing. Copyright 2010 Ryan P. Murphy The smallest atoms are Hydrogen (H) and Helium (He).

Copyright 2010 Ryan P. Murphy The smallest atoms are Hydrogen (H) and Helium (He). Copyright 2010 Ryan P. Murphy

The smallest atoms are Hydrogen (H) and Helium (He). Copyright 2010 Ryan P. Murphy The smallest atoms are Hydrogen (H) and

Helium (He). Copyright 2010 Ryan P. Murphy The smallest atoms are Hydrogen (H) and Helium (He).

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The smallest atoms are Hydrogen (H) and Helium (He). 1 0

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Helium (He). 1 0 1

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The smallest atoms are Hydrogen (H) and Helium (He). 1 0

1 Copyright 2010 Ryan P. Murphy The smallest atoms are Hydrogen (H) and Helium (He).

Copyright 2010 Ryan P. Murphy The smallest atoms are Hydrogen (H) and Helium (He). Copyright 2010 Ryan P. Murphy

The smallest atoms are Hydrogen (H) and Helium (He). 2 2

2 Copyright 2010 Ryan P. Murphy The smallest atoms are Hydrogen (H) and Helium (He). 2

2 2 Copyright 2010 Ryan P. Murphy The smallest atoms are Hydrogen (H) and

Helium (He). 2 2 2

Copyright 2010 Ryan P. Murphy Isotope: Atom with the same number of protons and electrons but different numbers of neutrons.

Copyright 2010 Ryan P. Murphy Isotope: Atom with the same number of protons and electrons

but different numbers of neutrons. Copyright 2010 Ryan P. Murphy Isotope: Atom with the same

number of protons and electrons but different numbers of neutrons. Copyright 2010 Ryan P. Murphy Isotope:

Atom with the same number of protons and electrons but different numbers of neutrons. Copyright 2010 Ryan P. Murphy Two Carbon Isotopes, C-12, and C-14

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Two Carbon Isotopes, C-12, and C-14 Copyright 2010 Ryan P. Murphy Two Carbon Isotopes, C-12, and C-14 Copyright 2010 Ryan P. Murphy

Two Carbon Isotopes, C-12, and C-14 Two extra neutron s

Copyright 2010 Ryan P. Murphy Two Carbon Isotopes, C-12, and C-14 Two extra

neutron s An isotope is just a heavier form of the

Copyright 2010 Ryan P. Murphy Two Carbon Isotopes, C-12, and C-14 Carbon will always have

6 protons in its nucleus Two extra neutron s

An isotope is just a heavier form of the Copyright 2010 Ryan P. Murphy

Two Carbon Isotopes, C-12, and C-14 Carbon will always have 6 protons in its nucleus

Two extra neutron s An isotope is just

a heavier form of the Copyright 2010 Ryan P. Murphy Two Carbon Isotopes, C-12, and C-14

Carbon will always have 6 protons in its nucleus Two

extra neutron s Copyright 2010 Ryan P. Murphy Atoms worksheet available.

To find the number of neutrons: Subtract the atomic number from the atomic mass.

Copyright 2010 Ryan P. Murphy To find the number of neutrons: Subtract the atomic number from the atomic mass.

Atomic Mass is the number of Protons and Neutrons Copyright 2010 Ryan P. Murphy To

find the number of neutrons: Subtract the atomic number from the atomic mass. Remember, electrons are so small they dont add much to atomic mass

Copyright 2010 Ryan P. Murphy To find the number of neutrons: Subtract the atomic number from the atomic mass.

Copyright 2010 Ryan P. Murphy To find the number of neutrons: Subtract the atomic number from the

atomic mass. Copyright 2010 Ryan P. Murphy To find the number of neutrons:

Subtract the atomic number from the atomic mass. Copyright 2010 Ryan P. Murphy To

find the number of neutrons: Subtract the atomic number from the atomic mass. 14 - 6 = Copyright 2010 Ryan P. Murphy

To find the number of neutrons: Subtract the atomic number from the atomic mass. 14 - 6 = 8

Copyright 2010 Ryan P. Murphy To find the number of neutrons: Subtract the atomic number from the atomic mass.

14 - 6 = 8 Copyright 2010 Ryan P. Murphy To find the number of neutrons:

Subtract the atomic number from the atomic mass. 14 - 6 = 8 amu (atomic mass units) Copyright 2010 Ryan P. Murphy

To find the number of neutrons: Subtract the atomic number from the atomic mass. 14 - 6 = 8 amu (atomic mass units)

Atomic Number. Learn more at http://education.jlab.org/qa/p en_number.html Copyright 2010 Ryan P. Murphy

Activity! Atomic Mass and Isotopes Simulator. http://phet.colorado.edu/en/simulation/isot opes-and-atomic-mass Count up the Protons, and then count up the neutrons. What element is this? What would

be a rough guess for its atomic mass. + + +

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+ Copyright 2010 Ryan P. Murphy Answer! This is Lithium, atomic number = 3. 3 Protons so it must

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Answer! This is Lithium, atomic number = 3. 3 Protons so it must have 3 Electrons + +

+ Copyright 2010 Ryan P. Murphy Answer! This is Lithium, atomic number = 3. There are 4 neutrons however.

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Answer! This is Lithium, atomic number = 3. There are 4 neutrons however. + +

+ Copyright 2010 Ryan P. Murphy Answer! This is Lithium, atomic number = 3. There are 4 neutrons however. The atomic mass would be roughly 7 as electrons dont

weigh very much. + + +

Copyright 2010 Ryan P. Murphy Answer! This is Lithium, atomic number = 3. There are 4 neutrons however. The atomic mass would be roughly 7 as electrons dont weigh very much.

Atomic Mass: 6.941 amu. + + + Copyright 2010 Ryan P. Murphy

Atoms worksheet available. What is the atomic symbol? What is the atomic number?

How many Protons? How many Electrons? What is the atomic Mass? How many Neutrons?

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symbol? F What is the atomic number? 9 How many Protons? How many Electrons? What is the atomic

Mass? How many Neutrons? Copyright 2010 Ryan P. Murphy What is the atomic symbol? F

What is the atomic number? 9 How many Protons? 9 How many Electrons? What is the atomic Mass?

How many Neutrons? Copyright 2010 Ryan P. Murphy What is the atomic symbol? F What is the atomic

number? 9 How many Protons? 9 How many Electrons? What is the atomic Mass? How many Neutrons?

Copyright 2010 Ryan P. Murphy What is the atomic symbol? F What is the atomic number? 9

How many Protons? 9 How many Electrons? 9 What is the atomic Mass? How many Neutrons?

Copyright 2010 Ryan P. Murphy What is the atomic symbol? F What is the atomic number? 9 How many Protons? 9

How many Electrons? 9 What is the atomic Mass? How many Neutrons? Copyright 2010 Ryan P. Murphy

What is the atomic symbol? F What is the atomic number? 9 How many Protons? 9 How many Electrons? 9

What is the atomic Mass? 19 amu How many Neutrons? Copyright 2010 Ryan P. Murphy

What is the atomic symbol? F What is the atomic number? 9 How many Protons? 9 How many Electrons? 9

What is the atomic Mass? 19 amu How many Neutrons? Copyright 2010 Ryan P. Murphy What is the atomic

symbol? F What is the atomic number? 9 How many Protons? 9 How many Electrons? 9 What is the atomic

Mass? 19 amu How many Neutrons? 19 Copyright 2010 Ryan P. Murphy What is the atomic

symbol? F What is the atomic number? 9 How many Protons? 9 How many Electrons? 9 What is the atomic

Mass? 19 amu How many Neutrons? 19 - Copyright 2010 Ryan P. Murphy What is the atomic

symbol? F What is the atomic number? 9 How many Protons? 9 How many Electrons? 9 What is the atomic

Mass? 19 amu How many Neutrons? 19 - 9 Copyright 2010 Ryan P. Murphy What is the atomic

symbol? F What is the atomic number? 9 How many Protons? 9 How many Electrons? 9 What is the atomic

Mass? 19 amu How many Neutrons? 19 - 9 = 10 Copyright 2010 Ryan P. Murphy Atoms worksheet available.

What is the atomic symbol? What is the atomic number? How many Protons? How many Electrons?

What is the atomic Mass? How many Neutrons? Copyright 2010 Ryan P. Murphy

What is the atomic symbol? What is the atomic number? How many Protons? How many Electrons?

What is the atomic Mass? How many Neutrons? opyright 2010 Ryan P. Murphy What is the atomic

symbol? Ar What is the atomic number? How many Protons? How many Electrons? What is the atomic

Mass? How many Neutrons? What is the atomic symbol? Ar What is the atomic number?

How many Protons? How many Electrons? What is the atomic Mass? How many Neutrons?

What is the atomic symbol? Ar What is the atomic number? 18 How many Protons? How many Electrons?

What is the atomic Mass? How many Neutrons? What is the atomic symbol? Ar What is the atomic

number? 18 How many Protons? How many Electrons? What is the atomic Mass? How many Neutrons?

What is the atomic symbol? Ar What is the atomic number? 18 How many Protons? 18 How many Electrons?

What is the atomic Mass? How many Neutrons? What is the atomic symbol? Ar

What is the atomic number? 18 How many Protons? 18 How many Electrons? What is the atomic Mass?

How many Neutrons? What is the atomic symbol? Ar What is the atomic number? 18 How many Protons? 18

How many Electrons? 18 What is the atomic Mass? How many Neutrons? What is the atomic

symbol? Ar What is the atomic number? 18 How many Protons? 18 How many Electrons? 18 What is the atomic

Mass? How many Neutrons? What is the atomic symbol? Ar What is the atomic number? 18

How many Protons? 18 How many Electrons? 18 What is the atomic Mass? 39.95 amu How many Neutrons?

What is the atomic symbol? Ar What is the atomic number? 18 How many Protons? 18 How many Electrons? 18

What is the atomic Mass? 39.95 amu How many Neutrons? What is the atomic symbol? Ar What is the atomic

number? 18 How many Protons? 18 How many Electrons? 18 What is the atomic Mass? 39.95 amu How many Neutrons?

What is the atomic symbol? Ar What is the atomic number? 18 How many Protons? 18 How many Electrons? 18

What is the atomic Mass? 39.95 amu How many Neutrons? 39.95 What is the atomic

symbol? Ar What is the atomic number? 18 How many Protons? 18 How many Electrons? 18 What is the atomic

Mass? 39.95 amu How many Neutrons? 39.95 -18 = What is the atomic symbol? Ar What is the atomic

number? 18 How many Protons? 18 How many Electrons? 18 What is the atomic Mass? 39.95 amu How many Neutrons?

39.95 -18 = 21.95 Atoms worksheet available. What is the atomic symbol? What is the atomic

number? How many Protons? How many Electrons? What is the atomic Mass? How many Neutrons?

Copyright 2010 Ryan P. Murphy What is the atomic symbol? What is the atomic number?

How many Protons? How many Electrons? What is the atomic Mass? How many Neutrons?

Copyright 2010 Ryan P. Murphy What is the atomic symbol? What is the atomic number? How many Protons?

How many Electrons? What is the atomic Mass? How many Neutrons? Copyright 2010 Ryan P. Murphy

What is the atomic symbol? What is the atomic number? The number of

Electrons is the Atoms Atomic # How many Protons? How many Electrons? What is the atomic

Mass? How many Neutrons? Copyright 2010 Ryan P. Murphy What is the atomic symbol?

What is the atomic number? The number of Electrons is the Atoms Atomic #

How many Protons? How many Electrons? What is the atomic Mass? How many Neutrons?

Copyright 2010 Ryan P. Murphy What is the atomic symbol? What is the atomic number? How many Protons?

How many Electrons? What is the atomic Mass? The number of Electrons is the

Atoms Atomic # 6 How many Neutrons? Copyright 2010 Ryan P. Murphy

What is the atomic symbol? C (Carbon) What is the atomic number? How many Protons? How many Electrons?

What is the atomic Mass? The number of Electrons is the Atoms Atomic #

6 How many Neutrons? Copyright 2010 Ryan P. Murphy

What is the atomic symbol? C (Carbon) What is the atomic number? How many Protons? How many Electrons?

What is the atomic Mass? The number of Electrons is the Atoms Atomic #

6 How many Neutrons? Copyright 2010 Ryan P. Murphy What is the atomic

symbol? C What is the atomic number? 6 How many Protons? 6 How many Electrons?6 What is the atomic

Mass? 12.01 amu How many Neutrons? 6 Copyright 2010 Ryan P. Murphy Atoms worksheet available.

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What is the atomic Mass? How many Neutrons? Copyright 2010 Ryan P. Murphy

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What is the atomic Mass? How many Neutrons? Copyright 2010 Ryan

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How many Electrons? What is the atomic Mass? How many Neutrons? Li

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How many Protons? 3 How many Electrons? What is the atomic Mass? How many Neutrons?

Li Copyright 2010 Ryan P. Murphy Copyright

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Li What is the atomic symbol? Li What is the atomic number? 3

How many Protons? 3 How many Electrons? 3 What is the atomic Mass? How many Neutrons?

Li Copyright 2010 Ryan P. Murphy What is the atomic symbol? Li What is the atomic

number? 3 How many Protons? 3 How many Electrons? 3 What is the atomic Mass? How many Neutrons?

Li Copyright 2010 Ryan P. Murphy What is the atomic symbol? Li

What is the atomic number? 3 How many Protons? 3 How many Electrons? 3 What is the atomic Mass? 6.94 amu

How many Neutrons? Li Copyright 2010 Ryan

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symbol? Li What is the atomic number? 3 How many Protons? 3 How many Electrons? 3 What is the atomic

Mass? 6.94 amu How many Neutrons? Li Copyright 2010 Ryan P. Murphy

What is the atomic symbol? Li What is the atomic number? 3 How many Protons? 3 How many Electrons? 3

What is the atomic Mass? 6.94 amu How many Neutrons? 3.94 Li

Copyright 2010 Ryan P. Murphy What is the atomic symbol? Li What is the atomic number? 3 How many Protons? 3

How many Electrons? 3 What is the atomic Mass? 6.94 amu How many Neutrons? 3.94

Li Copyright 2010 Ryan P. Murphy What is the atomic symbol? What is the atomic

number? How many Protons? How many Electrons? What is the atomic Mass? How many Neutrons?

Copyright 2010 Ryan P. Murphy What is the atomic symbol? What is the atomic number?

How many Protons? How many Electrons? What is the atomic Mass? How many Neutrons?

Copyright 2010 Ryan P. Murphy What is the atomic symbol? Fe What is the atomic number? 26 How many Protons? 26

How many Electrons? 26 What is the atomic Mass? 55.84 amu How many Neutrons? 29.84

Copyright 2010 Ryan P. Murphy Atoms worksheet available. Atoms worksheet available. Due Soon!

Due Soon! Meet the Elements Activity Sheet. Periodic table needed Complete the page on the back using your periodic table for the upcoming fun quiz.

Hydrogen Helium Neonn

Krypton, Argon, Xenon, Helium Copper Answers

Answers 5 7 N

Boron Cs Cesium 132.91 79

Au 196.97 amu 102

No Nobelium 35

Be Beryllium 9.01 8 O

Oxygen 30 Br 79.90 amu 82

Lead 207.20 Ir Iridium 192.22

1 Zinc 65.41 H Hydrogen

1.01 S Sulfur 32.065 1 7

Cl 35.45 amu 10 Neon 20.18 20

C Calcium a What is the atomic symbol?

What is the atomic number? How many Protons? How many Electrons? What is the atomic Mass?

How many Neutrons? Copyright 2010 Ryan P. Murphy What is the atomic symbol? What is the atomic

number? How many Protons? How many Electrons? What is the atomic Mass? How many Neutrons?

Copyright 2010 Ryan P. Murphy What is the atomic symbol? Zn What is the atomic number? 30

How many Protons? 30 How many Electrons? 30 What is the atomic Mass? 65.37 amu How many Neutrons? 35

Copyright 2010 Ryan P. Murphy What is the atomic symbol? What is the atomic number? How many Protons?

How many Electrons? What is the atomic Mass? How many Neutrons? Copyright 2010 Ryan P. Murphy

What is the atomic symbol? What is the atomic number? How many Protons? How many Electrons?

What is the atomic Mass? How many Neutrons? Copyright 2010 Ryan P. Murphy

What is the atomic symbol? B What is the atomic number? 5 How many Protons? 5 How many Electrons? 5

What is the atomic Mass? 10.81 amu How many Neutrons? 5.81 Copyright 2010 Ryan P. Murphy

What is the atomic symbol? B What is the atomic number? 5 How many Protons? 5 How many Electrons? 5

What is the atomic Mass? 10.81 amu How many Neutrons? 5.81

Copyright 2010 Ryan P. Murphy Class Quiz (1-10) #10 We havent learned yet but give it a try. http://www.mcwdn.org/chemist/atom/atomquiz.html +

+ + Copyright 2010 Ryan P. Murphy Answers

Answers Or choose the fun quiz on the next slide. Hydrogen

Helium Neonn Krypton, Argon, Xenon, Helium

Copper Krypto Francium n Mercury, Plutonium, Zinc, Neon,

Uranium, Neptunium, Europiu Americiu Gold, Lead m m Californiu Nobeliu

Einsteiniu Calciu m m m m Potassiu

Tungste Mercur Arsenic m n y Yttrium

Tinn Quiz Wiz! Exploring some of the Periodic Table because we have it out. Have your Periodic Table of the Elements handy. Quiz Wiz for fun.

Copyright 2010 Ryan P. Murphy This element only has three letters in its name? 1

Copyright 2010 Ryan P. Murphy Copyright 2010

Ryan P. Murphy These elements are a form of U.S. currency that we carry around? 2

Copyright 2010 Ryan P. Murphy How many neutrons does the dangerous gas when spelled backwards spells Nodar?

3 Copyright 2010 Ryan P. Murphy How many neutrons does the dangerous gas when spelled backwards spells Nodar? Note, this is the picture that came up when I

Googled Nodar 3 Copyright 2010 Ryan P. Murphy What are the names of the two elements named after countries in Europe?

4 Copyright 2010 Ryan P. Murphy What is the atomic number of the element named after a famous peace prize?

5 Copyright 2010 Ryan P. Murphy How many electrons are in the element named for a famous gold foil

experiment? 6 Copyright 2010 Ryan P. Murphy Name at least two elements that names

could be associated with a Planet or Dwarf Planet? 7 Copyright 2010 Ryan P. Murphy

Whats the atomic number thats associated with my element? 8 Copyright 2010 Ryan P. Murphy

I am a the only element named after a university in California? 9 Copyright 2010 Ryan P. Murphy

This is the only element named after a U.S. State? 10 Bonus - If any element existed that could destroy superman, it would be

This is just movie stuff and the element is a gas in real life? Copyright 2010 Ryan P. Murphy Answers to the Quiz Wiz Exploring the Periodic Table.

Copyright 2010 Ryan P. Murphy This element only has three letters in its name? This element only has three letters in its

name? Tin # 50, Symbol Sn 1 Copyright 2010 Ryan

P. Murphy Copyright 2010 Ryan P. Murphy These elements are a form of U.S.

currency that we carry around? 2 Copyright 2010 Ryan P. Murphy These elements are a form of U.S.

currency that we carry around? Nickel #28, Ni 2 Copyright 2010 Ryan P. Murphy

These elements are a form of U.S. currency that we carry around? Also Gold Au #79 2 Au

Copyright 2010 Ryan P. Murphy These elements are a form of U.S. currency that we carry around? Also Gold Au #79

and Silver Ag 2 Au

Copyright 2010 Ryan P. Murphy How many neutrons does the dangerous gas when spelled backwards spells Nodar? Note, this is the picture that came up when I searched Nodar

3 Copyright 2010 Ryan P. Murphy How many neutrons does the dangerous gas when spelled backwards spells Nodar? Radon, #86,

Note, this is the picture that came up when I searched Nodar 3 Copyright 2010 Ryan P. Murphy How many neutrons does the dangerous

gas when spelled backwards spells Nodar? Radon, #86, amu=222 222 - 86 = 136 Neutrons Note, this is the picture that came up when I searched Nodar 3

Copyright 2010 Ryan P. Murphy How many neutrons does the dangerous gas when spelled backwards spells Nodar? Radon, #86, amu=222 222 - 86 = 136 Neutrons Note, this is the picture that came up when I

searched Nodar 3 Copyright 2010 Ryan P. Murphy What are the names of the two elements named after countries in Europe?

4 Copyright 2010 Ryan P. Murphy What are the names of the two elements named after countries in Europe?

4 Copyright 2010 Ryan P. Murphy What are the names of the two elements named after countries in Europe?

Francium #87, Fr 4 Copyright 2010 Ryan P. Murphy What are the names of the two elements

named after countries in Europe? Francium #87, Fr Germanium #32, Ge 4 Copyright 2010 Ryan P. Murphy

What is the atomic number of the element named after a famous peace prize? 5 Copyright 2010 Ryan P. Murphy

What is the atomic number of the element named after a famous peace prize? Nobelium, #102, No The Nobel Peace Prize 5

Copyright 2010 Ryan P. Murphy What is the atomic number of the element named after a famous peace prize? Nobelium, #102, No The Nobel Peace Prize

5 Copyright 2010 Ryan P. Murphy How many electrons are in the element named for a famous gold foil

experiment? 6 Copyright 2010 Ryan P. Murphy How many electrons are in the element

named for a famous gold foil experiment? Rutherfordium, #104, Rf 6 Copyright 2010 Ryan P. Murphy

How many electrons are in the element named for a famous gold foil experiment? Rutherfordium, #104, Rf 104 Electrons 6

Copyright 2010 Ryan P. Murphy Name at least two elements that names could be associated with a Planet or Dwarf Planet? 7

Copyright 2010 Ryan P. Murphy Name at least two elements that names could be associated with a Planet or Dwarf Planet? Mercury, #80, Hg

7 Copyright 2010 Ryan P. Murphy Name at least two elements that names could be associated with a Planet or

Dwarf Planet? Mercury, #80, Hg Plutonium, #94, Pu 7 Copyright 2010 Ryan P. Murphy

Name at least two elements that names could be associated with a Planet or Dwarf Planet? Mercury, #80, Hg Plutonium, #94, Pu Uranium, #92, U

7 Copyright 2010 Ryan P. Murphy Name at least two elements that names could be associated with a Planet or

Dwarf Planet? Mercury, #80, Hg Plutonium, #94, Pu Uranium, #92, U Neptunium, #93, Np 7

Copyright 2010 Ryan P. Murphy Name at least two elements that names could be associated with a Planet or Dwarf Planet? Mercury, #80, Hg

Plutonium, #94, Pu Uranium, #92, U Neptunium, #93, Np Also Tellerium Earth

#52 Te 7 Copyright 2010 Ryan P. Murphy What is the atomic number that associated

with my element? Copyright 2010 Ryan P. Murphy What is the atomic number that associated with my element? 99, Einsteinium, #99, Es

8 Copyright 2010 Ryan P. Murphy I am a the only element named after a university in California?

Copyright 2010 Ryan P. Murphy I am a the only element named after a university in California? Berkelium, #97, Bk 9

Copyright 2010 Ryan P. Murphy This is the only element named after a U.S. State? 10

This is the only element named after a U.S. State? Californium, #98, Cf 10 Bonus - If any element existed that could destroy superman, it would be,

although this is just movie stuff and the element is a gas in real life? Copyright 2010 Ryan P. Murphy Bonus - If any element existed that could destroy superman, it would be,

although this is just movie stuff and the element is a gas in real life? Krypton, #36, Kr Copyright 2010 Ryan P. Murphy Activity Sheet Available: Meet the

Elements. A Nice Review. Can complete now or w a i t u n t i l P a r t V. Video Link! Nucleus Crash Course. (Optional and Advanced)

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FSyAehMdpyI& list=PL8dPuuaLjXtPHzzYuWy6fYEaX9mQQ8oGr Try and be the first to figure out the hidden picture beneath the boxes. Raise your hand when you think you know, you only get one guess.

Copyright 2010 Ryan P. Murphy Xenon Try Again! Be the first to figure out the hidden picture beneath the boxes.

Raise your hand when you think you know, you only get one guess. Copyright 2010 Ryan P. Murphy Ernest Rutherford

Try Again! Be the first to figure out the hidden picture beneath the boxes. Raise your hand when you think you know, you only get one guess. Copyright 2010 Ryan P. Murphy

Atomic Cloud Uncertainty Principle Hinesburg

Uncertainty Principle Can you guess the atom based on the number of orbiting electrons?

#6 #6 C #6

C Carbon #6

C Carbon amu = 12.0107 #6

C Carbon amu = 12.0107 #6

The energy involved in the binding together of the nucleons effects the mass of the atom and is known as the mass deficit C

Carbon amu = 12.0107 Try Again! Can you name the picture hidden beneath the boxes? Raise your hand when you think you know. You only get one guess.

These two box games are work bonus points on the balancing chemical equations sheet. Copyright 2010 Ryan P. Murphy Lithium

Atomic Number #3 Lithium 3 Electrons 3 Protons 4 Neutrons

Atomic Number #3 You should have completed page 2 of the bundled homework package. You should have completed page 2 of the bundled homework package.

You can also complete this portion of the homework You can now neatly label in the white spaces around each picture and color as desired to the following

Size of the Atom Does it look

Size of like this? the Atom Does it

look Size of like this? the Atom Does

it look Size of like this? the Atom C a t h r o d e R a y Tu b e

Does it look Size of like this?

the Atom C a t h r o d e R a y Tu b e Does it look Size of

like this? the Atom C a t h r o d e R a y Tu b e Rutherfo rd's Gold Foil

Does it look Size of like this? the Atom

C a t h r o d e R a y Tu b e Rutherfo rd's Gold Foil Does it look

P rotons Size of like this? the Atom C a t h r o d e R a y Tu b e

Rutherfo rd's Gold Foil Does it look P

rotons Size of like this? N the Atom e u t r o n s C a t h r o d e R a y Tu b e

Rutherfo rd's Gold Foil Electrons Does it look

P rotons Size of like this? N the Atom e u t r o n s

C a t h r o d e R a y Tu b e Rutherfo rd's Gold Foil Electrons Does it

look P s Size of U n rcoetrot n a i n

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n t y P r i n

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Gold Foil Electrons Does it look P

s Size of U n rcoetrot n a i n t y

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p l e like this? N the Atom e u t r o n s

C a t h r o d e R a y Tu b e for Later Save Rutherfo rd's Gold Foil Video Link! History of the Atom.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=njGz69B_p Ug AYE Advance Your Exploration ELA and Literacy Opportunity Worksheet Visit some of the many provided links or.. Articles can be found at (w/ membership to

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