midterm - calculate number of neutrons in an isotope...

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Know differences between----observation, hypothesis, theory, scientific law difference between----precision/accuracy know scientific notation and mathematical calculations of sigfigs know SI conversions and units know how to calculate densities know the law of conservation of mass—mass is always conserved know the law of definite proportions (Dalton)--and multiple proportions know Thompson's cathode ray experiment know charges and relative masses/actual masses and location of subatomic particles
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Unformatted text preview: calculate number of neutrons in an isotope calculate average atomic mass electromagnetic wavesknow frequency wavelength and their relationship know the photoelectric effect know the bohr model of the atom know the quantum model of the atom know the shapes of orbitals trends in electronegativities and the atomic radiusalso know why anion/cation forming bonding in general...
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