ATOMS, IONSANDMOLECULES
ATOMS• There are more than 100 types of elements existing  naturally in this world.• An element is a substance consisting ...
ATOMS• Characteristics of the three-sub-particles of an atom:
ATOMS• An atom has equal numbers of protons and electrons. The  total number of positively charged protons is neutralized ...
PROTON AND MASSNUMBER•   Proton number (or atomic number) Z is the number of    protons in the nucleus of an atom.•   Nucl...
ISOTOPES• Isotopes are atoms that have the same number of protons  but different number of neutrons.• Due to the differenc...
IONS• All atoms are electrically neutral. They have equal number  of protons and electrons.• When an atom loses or gains e...
IONS• The number of protons and neutrons remains the same.  Therefore, proton number and mass number are not  affected.• I...
FORMATION OFPOSITIVE IONS• The symbol for a positive ion contains the followings:-   A positive sign indicating loss of el...
FORMATION OFNEGATIVE IONS• The symbol for a negative ion contains the followings:-   A negative sign indicating gain of el...
MOLECULES• Molecules are two or more atoms chemically joined  together.• A molecule can be made up of atoms of the same el...
MOLECULE OF ANELEMENT• A molecule of an element is a substance containing two or  more of the same type of atom chemically...
MOLECULE OF ACOMPOUND• A molecule of a compound is a substance containing two  or more of different type of atoms chemical...
CHEMICAL FORMULA• A chemical formula of a substance indicates two  important information about the substance:-   Type of e...
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Atoms, Ions and Molecules

  1. 1. ATOMS, IONSANDMOLECULES
  2. 2. ATOMS• There are more than 100 types of elements existing naturally in this world.• An element is a substance consisting of one type of atom only. It cannot be broken down chemically into simpler substances.• Atom of different elements are different in size.• An atom is the smallest particle of a substance.• It has a nucleus which contains protons and neutrons.• Electrons move around the nucleus in the electron shell or orbit.
  3. 3. ATOMS• Characteristics of the three-sub-particles of an atom:
  4. 4. ATOMS• An atom has equal numbers of protons and electrons. The total number of positively charged protons is neutralized by an equal number of negatively charged electrons. So, an atom is electrically neutral because there is no net charge.
  5. 5. PROTON AND MASSNUMBER• Proton number (or atomic number) Z is the number of protons in the nucleus of an atom.• Nucleon number (or mass number) A is the total number of proton and neutron in the nucleus of an atom.• Proton number also indicates the number of electrons in a atom. (Recall that an atom has equal number of protons and electrons)
  6. 6. ISOTOPES• Isotopes are atoms that have the same number of protons but different number of neutrons.• Due to the difference in the number of neutrons, isotopes have different mass number.
  7. 7. IONS• All atoms are electrically neutral. They have equal number of protons and electrons.• When an atom loses or gains electrons, the number of protons is not equal to the number of electrons anymore. Therefore, the atom will not be electrically neutral.• When an atom is not electrically neutral, it is called an ion.• There are two types of ions:- If an atom loses electron(s), it becomes a positive ion.- If an atom gains electron(s), it becomes a negative ion.• In the formation of ions, the process only involves the gaining or losing electrons. Therefore, electrons are responsible for chemical properties of an atom
  8. 8. IONS• The number of protons and neutrons remains the same. Therefore, proton number and mass number are not affected.• In the formation of ions:- Metals lose electrons to form positive ions- Non-metals gain electrons to form negative ions
  9. 9. FORMATION OFPOSITIVE IONS• The symbol for a positive ion contains the followings:- A positive sign indicating loss of electron- A numerical number indicating number of electron being lost. X 2+
  10. 10. FORMATION OFNEGATIVE IONS• The symbol for a negative ion contains the followings:- A negative sign indicating gain of electron- A numerical number indicating number of electron being gained. Y 3-
  11. 11. MOLECULES• Molecules are two or more atoms chemically joined together.• A molecule can be made up of atoms of the same element or of different element.• A molecule which contains two atoms of the same or different type chemically joined together is called a diatomic molecule.
  12. 12. MOLECULE OF ANELEMENT• A molecule of an element is a substance containing two or more of the same type of atom chemically joined together.
  13. 13. MOLECULE OF ACOMPOUND• A molecule of a compound is a substance containing two or more of different type of atoms chemically joined together.
  14. 14. CHEMICAL FORMULA• A chemical formula of a substance indicates two important information about the substance:- Type of element- Total number of each type of atom
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