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Reading Assignment The Atomic Theory of Matter and Discovery of Atomic Structure Student Name ____________________________________ Date ______________ 1. Carefully read Chapter 2, pages 36 – 42. Introduction Section 2.1: The Atomic Theory of Matter Section 2.2: The Discovery of Atomic Structure Answer the following questions based on your reading. All answers should be in your own words and should be written in standard English using complete sentences, proper grammar and correct spelling. 2. Based on your reading in this chapter, identify the scientist responsible for each of the following developments in the atomic theory : (Knowing) a. Statement of four postulates forming the basis for the atomic theory b. Characterized cathode rays as negatively charged particles that came to be known as electrons. c. Measurement of the charge on an electron d. Discovery of radiation emitted by uranium compounds
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Unformatted text preview: e. Plum-pudding model f. Nuclear model of the atom 3. In your own words, explain the four postulates of Daltons atomic theory. (Comprehending) RS Carlson CHE1315- Gen Chem I 1/31/2011 Reading Assignment The Atomic Theory of Matter and Discovery of Atomic Structure 4. How does the following statement support or contradict Daltons postulates? Which postulates are affected? "Atoms of boron may have five or six neutrons while atoms of carbons may have six or seven neutrons." (Analyzing) 5. How does Daltons atomic theory account for the fact that when 1.000 g of water is decomposed into its elements 0.111 g of hydrogen and 0.889 g of oxygen are obtained regardless of the source of the water? What natural law is this? (Applying) RS Carlson CHE1315- Gen Chem I 1/31/2011...
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This note was uploaded on 01/30/2011 for the course CHEM 1265 taught by Professor Deeter,g during the Spring '09 term at Tulsa Community College.

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