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    1. 1. Atomic Structure andFunctionAustin HermsJohn DavisJacob Poteat
    2. 2. Subatomic ParticlesAn atom is composed of three subatomic particles.Proton:Positive chargeLocated within the nucleus of the atomElectron:Negative chargeLocated circling around the nucleus in probable pathsNeutron:No chargeLocated within the nucleus of the atom beside the protonsParticle mass is measured in unified atomic mass units, their symbol is defined by au.
    3. 3. IonsAn ion is an atom with a chargeCharge is changed by neutron amountSubtract protons from isotopes to find number of neutrons
    4. 4. OrbitalTypesValence Electron DaltonAtomic OrbitalMolecular OrbitalSpinorbitals Theory Niels Bohr 1)Everything is a solid atom 2)Everything is made from atoms Energy Level Proposed that different energy levels existed in an atoms electron shell
    5. 5. Element ChartAtomic symbol Li Cu S Na Fe Element Lithium Copper Sulfur Sodium Iron Mass 7 64 32 23 56Atomic Number 3 29 16 11 26 (Protons) Electrons 3 29 16 11 26 Neutrons 4 35 16 12 30
    6. 6. Electron Energy FieldAn Electron is contained within an energy field.Each energy field has a specific number of electrons that can be contained within it.Atoms gain or lose electrons to create a more stable valence shellMax holdShell 1- 2 electronsShell 2- 8 electronsShell 3- 8 electrons
    7. 7. Bohr Electron Configuration
    8. 8. Valence Electron number1-Lithium2-Copper6-Sulfur1-Sodium2-Iron

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