Chapter 14 Winter 2011

Chapter 14 Winter 2011 - Chapter 14 The Nuclear Atom id you...

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Unformatted text preview: Chapter 14 The Nuclear Atom id you read all of Chapter 14 fo id you read all of Chapter 14 fo The opposite of a correct statement is a false statement. But the opposite of a profound truth may be another profound truth. ~ Niels Bohr Did you read all of Chapter 14 fo Did you read all of Chapter 14 for r today? today? a) a) Yes Yes b) b) No No The Continuous model of matter does not explain A. why small pieces of paper behave like large pieces of paper. B. Why water becomes a solid, liquid hen gas at it gets hotter. then gas at it gets hotter. C. Why sawdust has the properties of wood. The Molecular Model of matter says A. Molecules are composed of electrons orbiting about nuclei. B. Molecules are tiny particles that cant e subdivided. They move in be subdivided. They move in accordance with Newtons laws. C. Molecules are tiny particles that obey laws other than Newtons laws. The Molecular Model does NOT explain A. Solids B. Temperature C. Pressure D. Plasmas J.J. Thompson and Plasma Tubes s Start with a neutral gas, heat it with an electrical current, and it breaks into positive and negative +- +----- + + + + fragments. Positive fragments were nearly the same mass as the original gas. (Most of the mass in an atom is positively charged.) Negative fragments always had the same charge and...
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This note was uploaded on 11/30/2011 for the course PHY S 100 taught by Professor Staff during the Winter '08 term at BYU.

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