proton
electron
Dalton Thomson
Neils Bohr
Rutherford
electron
proton
proton
electron
James Chardwick
Find out more (http:/...
Number of proton = Proton number
Nucleon number =Number of proton
Atom X has 17 number of proton and 18 number of neutron....
Standard Represantation of an atom
Nucleon number
Proton number
Symbol of elements
Atom Z has 11 number of proton and 20 number of
neutron.
Write the standard representation of atom Z.
Isotopes are atoms of the same element with
same number of proton but different number of neutron
Refer to text book
and discuss the
uses of isotope with your
partner.
Refer to text book
and discuss the
uses of isotope with your
partner.
Chapter 2 2.2 atomic structure and 2.3 isotope
Chapter 2 2.2 atomic structure and 2.3 isotope
Chapter 2 2.2 atomic structure and 2.3 isotope
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Chapter 2 2.2 atomic structure and 2.3 isotope

  1. 1. proton electron Dalton Thomson Neils Bohr Rutherford electron proton proton electron James Chardwick Find out more (http://atomictimeline.net/index.php)
  2. 2. Number of proton = Proton number Nucleon number =Number of proton Atom X has 17 number of proton and 18 number of neutron. What is the proton number of atom X? +Number of neutron Atom X has 17 number of proton and 18 number of neutron. What is the nucleon number of atom X? Nucleon number =number of proton + number of neutron =17 +18 =35
  3. 3. Standard Represantation of an atom Nucleon number Proton number Symbol of elements
  4. 4. Atom Z has 11 number of proton and 20 number of neutron. Write the standard representation of atom Z.
  5. 5. Isotopes are atoms of the same element with same number of proton but different number of neutron
  6. 6. Refer to text book and discuss the uses of isotope with your partner.
  7. 7. Refer to text book and discuss the uses of isotope with your partner.
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