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Chapter 6.1 Atoms & their interactions
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Units of Matter …. . Atoms Elements Compounds & Molecules C, O, H, N, S CO 2 , H 2 0, C 6 H 12 0 6
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Common Molecules
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Atoms of the same Element: Same number of protons, electrons & neutrons Same atomic structure
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Atoms Germanium Ge Tunneling Microscope Computer enhancement
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Atomic Models
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Rules for Bohr model: Atomic number = # electrons = # protons 1st shell = 2 paired electrons 2nd shell up to 8 3rd shell up to 8 (-, outer shell) (+, nucleus) Nucleus +2P,N ee He
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Ions Atoms that Loose or Gain Electrons
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Ionic Bonds =
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Covalent BONDS Share electrons Stronger than ionic that Donate or Gain electrons
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pH ? pH ? pH scale ?affect us ?pH balanced shampoo
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WATER: H 2 O How many atoms? ?Types of bonds? ?Strong or Weak ? Break
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Water molecule…. .. Covalent bonds Polar + charge at O end - charge at H end Pull apart ions
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H 2 O-->H+ & OH- H + = Hydrogen ion in excess= acid OH - = Hydroxide ion in excess= base
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break apart? (10)
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This note was uploaded on 11/13/2011 for the course BIO 100 taught by Professor Robinson during the Winter '08 term at BYU.

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Ch6.1Chem - Chapter 6.1 Atoms & their interactions Units of...

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