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Sci7 c1 l1_periodic table atom presentation
Sci7 c1 l1_periodic table atom presentation
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Sci7 c1 l1_periodic table atom presentation

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Basic intro to Atom, Element Square

Basic intro to Atom, Element Square

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  • 1. The Periodic Table
  • 2. Define the following terms.3.Proton4.Neutron5.Electron6.Nucleus
  • 3. 1. Protons: Positive charge2. Neutron: Neutral3. Electron: Negative Charge4. Nucleus: Center of atom
  • 4. Why is it appropriate to say that atoms are the “building blocks” of all matter?
  • 5. Many periodic tables look different but still contain similar information.
  • 6. 1. Atomic Number  Number of Protons  Number of Electrons  Number of Protons = Number of Electrons2. Symbol: Letter(s) that represent the element (Always begins with a capital letter).3. Atomic Mass: Number of Protons + the Number of Neutrons in one atom of the element (an average).

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