Fundamentals Chemistry needed for Inorganic Chemistry

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Fundamentals Chemistry needed for Inorganic Chemistry . An atom is the smallest quantity of an element that is capable of existence, either alone or in chemical combinations with other atoms of the same or another element. The fundamental particles of which atoms are composed are the proton, electron, and neutron . What fundamental particles account for the majority of the MASS of an atom? _____ & ______
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Unformatted text preview: Why? What fundamental particles accounts for the volume of the atoms? _______ Why? Define isotope. Elements that occur naturally with only one nuclide are monotropic. What is one example? Calculate the relative atomic mass of naturally occurring chlorine if the distribution of isotopes is 75.77% 3517Cl and 24.23% 3717Cl . Explain the difference between an isotope and an allotrope. Hint: Sulfur!...
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This note was uploaded on 10/16/2010 for the course CHEM 60280 taught by Professor Ryu during the Spring '09 term at TCU.

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