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Surviving Chemistry One Concept at a Time Worksheets for High School Chemistry Organized and Engaging Atomic Structure
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. Copyright © 2010 E3 Scholastic Publishing All Right Reserved. One Concept at a Time Effiong Eyo Atomic Structure Worksheets E3 Scholastic Publishing Worksheets for High School Chemistry from our “Workbook” For more information and to order: e3chemistry.com (877) 224 – 0484 [email protected] Family of student-friendly HS chemistry books that are certain to: Excite students to study Engage students in learning Enhance students understanding Surviving Chemistry Book Series excite engage enhance
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. Copyright©2010 E3 Scholastic Publishing. All Rights Reserved. e3chemistry.com 17 Worksheet 8: Historical development of atoms Topic 3: The atomic structure Set A: Historical atomic models Objective: To test your knowledge of historical atomic models Draw and briefly describe each historical model of the atom. 1. Hard sphere model 2. Plum-pudding model 3. Empty space model 4. Bohr’s model 5. Wave mechanical model 6. State two conclusions of the Gold foil experiment. 7. State conclusions of the Cathode ray experiment.
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. 18 From “Surviving Chemistry: Workbook” e3chemistry.com Worksheet 9: The Atomic Structures Topic 3 Set A: Terms and definitions Objective: By defining these words, you will become more familiar with atomic structure related terms and their definitions. Define, neatly and clearly, the following atomic structure related terms. 1. Nucleus 2. Neutron 3. Proton 4. Electron 5. Nucleons 6. Atomic number 7. Mass number 8. Atomic mass 9. Isotopes 10. Atomic mass unit Set B: The Subatomic Particles Objective: To test your knowledge of facts related to the three subatomic particles Complete the table below 11 . 12. 13. Subatomic particles Symbol Mass Charge Location Proton Electron Neutron
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. Copyright©2010 E3 Scholastic Publishing. All Rights Reserved. e3chemistry.com 19 Worksheet 9 Topic 3 Set C: Determining number of atomic particles Objective: To test your ability to determine number of particles in an atom . 14. Complete the table below based on information provided for each atom. All the atoms are neutral. Protons electrons Neutrons Mass Number Atomic number Nuclear charge Nucleons Element’s symbol Atom A 44 102 Atom B 84 125 Atom C 56 Mn Atom D 89 229 Atom E 30 +28 Atom F 92 233 Atom G 82 Ba Set D: Isotope symbols Objective: To test your ability to relate isotope symbol to number of particles in an atom 15. Complete the table below based on information provided for each atom/ All the atoms are neutral. Isotope symbol Protons electrons neutrons Mass number Atomic number Nuclear charge Nucleons Nucleus Diagram Atom H 142 Pr 59 Atom I 31 +27 Atom J 243 Am 95 Atom K 77 194 Atom L 80 Se Atom M 22 p 26 n
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. 20 From “Surviving Chemistry: Workbook” e3chemistry.com Worksheet 10: Atomic Mass Topic 3 Set A: Calculating atomic mass Objective: To test your ability to calculate atomic mass of an element from relative abundance and mass numbers of its isotopes
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