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Atom Movie Notes Day 2
Atom Movie Notes Day 2
Atom Movie Notes Day 2
Atom Movie Notes Day 2
Atom Movie Notes Day 2
Atom Movie Notes Day 2
Atom Movie Notes Day 2
Atom Movie Notes Day 2
Atom Movie Notes Day 2
Atom Movie Notes Day 2
Atom Movie Notes Day 2
Atom Movie Notes Day 2
Atom Movie Notes Day 2
Atom Movie Notes Day 2
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  • 1. Today in Science
    • You Will Need:
    • Pencil, Colored Pencils
    • Atom Movie Notes – Picked up Yesterday-
    • Textbook – Pg. 196-197
    • Log #3 – Update/Record Points
  • 2. New Quarter
    • Mass & Volume Lab
    • Intro to Density
    • Power Notes – Atomic Structure
  • 3. Review
    • How many protons are in Lithium? How do you know?
    • How many electrons in Lithium if it is neutral?
    • How many neutrons in the most common form of Lithium?
    • Protium, Deuterium & Tritium are all forms or _______________ of Hydrogen.
  • 4. Review
    • Why are elements on the PT neutral?
    • Which scientists used the Plum Pudding Model to describe the atom?
    • Which scientist thought the atom was like the model of the solar system?
    • Which scientist found the protons through is Gold Foil Experiment?
    • What two subatomic particles are in the nucleus?
  • 5. Review
    • How do you find the # of neutrons in an atom?
    • What is the most common isotope of Lithium?
    • Who was the first scientist to develop an atomic theory of the atom?
    • How many protons are in Oxygen? How do you know?
    • Where are the electrons in an atom?
  • 6. Review
    • Where is most of the “mass” in an atom?
    • If you were given the analogy of an ant on the back of an elephant….would the elephant represent the size of the nucleus or electron cloud?
  • 7. Vocabulary Word Definition Isotope
    • Same element – Same # of protons
    • Different #of neutrons
  • 8. Vocabulary Word Definition Isotope Same element – Same # of protons Different #of Neutrons Ion
    • Charged atom of an element
    • Same # of protons ,
    • Different # of electrons
  • 9. Vocabulary Word Definition Isotope
    • Same element – Same # of protons
    • Different #of Neutrons
    Ion
    • Charged atom of an element
    • Same # of protons ,
    • Different # of electrons
    Valence
    • # of electrons farthest away from the nucleus; (or on the outermost shell )
    • Determines bonding ability
  • 10. Vocabulary Word Definition Covalent Bonding
    • SHARING of Electrons between two elements.
  • 11. Vocabulary Word Definition Covalent Bonding
    • SHARING of Electrons between two elements.
    Ionic Bonding
    • TRANSFER of Electrons forming a bond because of opposite ion attraction
  • 12. Atom Movie Notes
    • Follow Script – Fill in (I will be stopping and starting movie)
    • Quizzes – Not graded for points…..just for honesty and participation .
    • Write letter and word answers .
  • 13. Priority List
    • Make sure notes are complete.
    • Go to Learning Point – Daily Assignments : Hyperlinks to get to activities on Slide 1,2 & 3.
    • Complete Multiple Choice Questions:
    • #1- Nuclear Force = the STRONG FORCE (holds atom together)
  • 14. Homework
    • Atom Movie Notes – Due Tomorrow

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