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    • ATOMS AND ELEMENTSWhat is an element?Simply put, an element is made of identical atomsEvery element is different from each other and they can combine together in so many ways toproduce many many useful compounds for our daily use!An atom is the simplest form of an elementCompounds refers to two or more elements chemically combined togetherYou can form 10grams of water from 1.2grams of hydrogen and 8.8grams of oxygenThe basic unit of a compound is the repeating unitSilicon is used to make computer clips!As well as forming beautiful beaches
    • Do you know that silicon forms compounds of similar chemical structures as other elementsin its group!For example, if silicon forms an oxide called SiO2, what do you think is the formula of anoxide of Carbon and of Germanium?CO2, SiO2, GeO2Identify the element time! copperAre they both of the same element?sameWhich pile contains more atoms? Right side oneCan you imagine each little nugget to consist of many many tiny atoms?Atoms are the simplest form of an element
    • Do you think that each element has its own unique atom?yesHmm have you gotten an electric shock before?Since everything is made of atoms, is the thing that gave you an electric shock an atom?It is an electron!An electron usually contained within an atom! Like in this pictureNot every atom can give you an electric shock, because the electrons are held tightly and canonly travel around the centre of the atom because of the proton!The protons being positively charged, attracts the electrons which are negatively chargedBut doesn’t the protons repel each other?What else is in the nucleus that can prevent the protons from repeling each other?It is the Neutron!Both the proton and the neutron are closely packed together in the nucleusAnd looking at the size,
    • Clearly the protons and neutrons have more mass than electrons!In fact, 2000 electrons have the same mass as one proton or neutron, which have roughly thesame mass!Do you think scientist count the mass of electrons in measuring the mass of an atom?No, the mass of electrons are too small, so scientist only care about the number of protonsand neutrons.Together, the total number of protons and neutrons equal the atomic massCan you tell what is the atomic mass from the data in the periodic table?How much heavier would you feel an atom of sulphur is, compared to an atom of oxygen?___________2x_Mass is measured in Kg right?Yet do you think an atom can have a mass measured in Kg?Do you think the mass of an atom can be measured?But since you know how small they are, think about grams, if a packet of rice has a mass of10 000 grams, it is easier if you group a number of smaller units together to form a biggerunit, like a KilogramFor atoms, a bigger unit other than one atom is the mole! One mole equals 6.02x1023. The number is 6 000 000 000…. (+ 14 more zeros)! It is a verylarge numberA mole of sodium chloride just means 6x1023 of NaCl basic unitOne mole of sodium chloride contains 1 mole of sodium and 1 mole of chlorineAnd the mole is a scientist version of “kilogram” or “metre” or “minute”! So we havemeasure reactions in terms of how many moles of what react with how many moles of who.
    • And the mole is very exciting for us, because one mole of hydrogen atoms weigh 1 gram!This means that 60000000000000000000000000 hydrogen atoms altogether weigh 1 gram! And the best part is, since we know that hydrogen has an atomic mass of 1, every other elements’ atoms have a mass that is just a multiple of 1. An atom of oxygen is 16 times more massive than an atom of hydrogen… and an atom of magnesium? _____________ And if one mole of hydrogen has a mass of 1 gram, what about one mole of oxygen? _____________If you know the atomic mass of oxygen, and that of hydrogen, can you find out the molecularmass of water? That means what is mass of one molecule of water.______18 (because 1 oxygen atom has 16 protons and neutrons and 2 hydrogen atoms have 1proton each)_______Try it out for yourself Find out the molecular mass of calcium carbonate CaCO3 ____________Do you remember from last lesson,1) what are the three components of an atom?2) what are the electrical charges of these three components?3) what is atomic mass determined by?4) what does molecular mass refer to?4) scientists measure large numbers of atoms using the ___________Back to electrons, remember that
    • Notice that electrons are all circling outside, won’t they repel each other because they are allnegatively charged?In three dimensions, actually they all have their own path and will not be very close toanother electron! Do you notice that electrons are arranged in layers? And the inner layer appears to be shieldedby the outermost shell.We call also this outershell the valence shell and it is very important because atoms all hopeto achieve a stable electronic configuration of anoctet valence shell.Do you know how many electrons an atom have?We know that the number of electrons equal the number of protons! The atomic number at the bottom is the same as the proton number. Look at your periodic table, can atoms of any element have different number of protons?
    • The answer is No! Because once the proton number changes, the element also change. Anatom of any element has a fixed number of protons, but the number of neutrons can change.How many neutrons are there in 35Cl? ________How many neutrons are there in 37Cl? _________Isotopes refers to atoms with of the same element with different number of neutronsWhat do you think is the main difference between isotopes?________________________________________________________________How many electrons does a35Cl atom have? __________Electron arrangement
    • What is the atomic number of Helium? ______ = number of electronsWhat is the atomic number of Neon? _______ = number of electronsNotice that electrons are organised in shells, and the first shell can contain up to ____electronsThe second shell can contain up to _____ electronsThe third shell can contain up to ______ electrons although in our O level syllabus, themaximum number of electrons a third shell will have is 8 You would usually write the electronic configuration of an atom by filling up the lowernumber shells first!If an atom has 15 electrons, it can fill up the first shell (2), the second one (8), and leave thelast 5 in the third shellSo its electronic configuration is 2.8.5Try it out and see for yourself  just- check the atomic number to find the number of electrons- then see if the first shell can be filled- see if the remaining electrons can fill the second shell- leave the remaining electrons in the third shell1) Sodium2) Flourine3) Phosphorus
    • You will notice that not all the atoms have fully filled outer valence shell from the belowdiagram which only shows the number of electrons in the valence shell.Is there a pattern you see here?Also notice that the last column (He and Ne) are known as unreactive noble gases, why doyou think that is so?For the pattern,The number of valence shell electrons remain the same down a groupFor the last column, noble gases have octet electronic configuration, therefore they do notneed to react with other atoms to be stableHelium does not have 8 electrons in its outer shell, it only has 2 so for helium we say it hasduplex electronic configurationWhereas all the other noble gases have 8 electrons in their valence shells and hence, can bedescribed has having octet electronic configuration.All atoms like to have fully filled valence shells, this is very important.
    • Notice that group 1-3 fall under metalsWhile group 4 to 8 fall under non-metalsBecause metals have fewer valence electrons, they prefer to give away their valenceelectrons and enjoy the stability provided by an octet electronic configuration.What happens when an atom gives away electrons?Notice that a sodium atom has 11 protons and that number of protons will never change. Butyet if it has given 1 electron away, how many electrons does it have left? _____What happens is sodium has 1 more proton than electron, and we know that protons have apositive charge of +1 And that atom changes from being neutral to being an ion that has a charge of +1 As the diagram shows, a +1 ion produces an electrostatic field that can attract or repel other charged particles!
    • Solidify your understanding!1) what is the ion formed by atoms of magnesium, boron, and lithium when they lose theirelectrons?_________________________For non-metals, they can get aoctet valence shell through 2 ways.The first way is to gain electrons.Nitrogen needs to gain ____ more electrons to reach octet configuration.Oxygen needs to gain ____ more electrons to reach octet configuration.Similar to the example on sodium above, when a non-metal atom such as fluorine atom gainsan electron, suddenly it has 10 electrons and only 9 protons and it has become an ______ witha charge of -1Solidify your understanding!1) what is the ion formed by atoms of chlorine and sulphur when they gain some electrons?____________________Solidify your understanding!1) what chargeLet me introduce a very important organic molecule called glucose.It has a chemical composition, meaning it is made up of how many atoms and of whichelement, of6 carbon atoms, 12 hydrogen atoms and 6 oxygen atoms