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Atoms and the periodic table
Atoms and the periodic table
Atoms and the periodic table
Atoms and the periodic table
Atoms and the periodic table
Atoms and the periodic table
Atoms and the periodic table
Atoms and the periodic table
Atoms and the periodic table
Atoms and the periodic table
Atoms and the periodic table
Atoms and the periodic table
Atoms and the periodic table
Atoms and the periodic table
Atoms and the periodic table
Atoms and the periodic table
Atoms and the periodic table
Atoms and the periodic table
Atoms and the periodic table
Atoms and the periodic table
Atoms and the periodic table
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  • 1. Agenda Bell work• Notes: Atoms on the • What is the Periodic Table Periodic Table and organization of?• History of the Atom• What type of information can be found on the periodicHW: Chp 17 pg 291-299 table?Review Q’s 1-20
  • 2. Atoms on the Periodic Table March 13, 2013
  • 3. Objectives1. Describe the present model of the atom explaining electrons, neutrons, and protons
  • 4. Periodic TableAtoms make up all matterElements are any material that is made upof only one type of atomElements are organized onto the periodictable
  • 5. Each element is designated an atomicsymbol on the periodic table
  • 6. AtomsAtoms cannot beseen with visible lightRobert BrownFirst to discover directevidence of the atom
  • 7. An Atom is made up of three parts: Protons Neutrons Electrons
  • 8. ElectronsElectrons surround the nucleus in anelectron cloudElectrons carry a negative chargeThe atom is mostly empty space
  • 9. Electron Cloud Model
  • 10. Why don’t we pass through one another?Electrical repulsion – two electrons withnegative charges will repel each other
  • 11. ProtonsProtons and neutrons are bound to theatomic nucleusProtons carry a positive chargeProtons are identified by Atomic numberatom is electrically neutral: Number ofprotons = number of electrons;
  • 12. NeutronsNeutron has no electrical charge, but thesame mass as a protonProtons and neutrons are called nucleonsMass given to each proton and neutron is 1
  • 13. Atomic Mass• Electrons are so small they are considered negligible in mass• Atomic mass is measured in the unit – amu  Atomic Mass Unit Atomic mass on the periodic table
  • 14. Mass Number, Isotopes and Ions December 18, 2012
  • 15. Electrons are so small they are considered negligible in mass Protons and neutrons in the nucleus• Atomic mass is measured in the unit – amu  Atomic Mass Unit
  • 16. Atomic MassAtomic mass on the periodic table –average of all its isotopesIsotope – an Element with differingnumber of neutrons
  • 17. Mass NumberMass number = total number of protonsand neutronsIdentify isotopes by the mass number
  • 18. Writing Isotopic SymbolsX = element symbolA = Mass NumberZ = Atomic NumberTotal number of neutrons: Mass Number – Atomic number = number of neutrons
  • 19. Isotopic NotationHydrogen - 2, has one proton and oneneutronHydrogen - 3, has one proton and twoneutrons
  • 20. IonsAtoms that gain or lose electronsLose electrons – positive in chargeGain electrons – negative in charge
  • 21. Hydrogen that has lost an electron H+1Hydrogen that has gained an electron H-1

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