Work and Energy & Atoms- Study Guide

Work and Energy & Atoms- Study Guide - Mitchell T....

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Mitchell T. Heaton Mr. Sexauer Integrated Science 16 November 2008 __________ used the word _________ to describe indivisible particles that make up all matter. _______________ performed the Gold Foil Experiment in _ _ _ _. Approximately ____% of an atom’s mass is located in its nucleus. The three subatomic particles are the _____________, _______________, and ______________. ____________ is a subatomic particle that is not located in the nucleus of the atom. Protons carry a _____________ charge. All ___________ are identical. Electrons carry a _____________ charge. Neutrons carry a _____________ charge. _____________ have approximately the same ____________ as protons. Elements- _____ ___________ ______________ ___ _______ ______ ________ ___ ______. An organizational chart of the elements written by _________ _______________ is called the ____________ _______________. The Atomic Number is equal to the number of ____________ in the nucleus of an atom. In order to change an element, you must change the number of ______________ it has. Elements are represented in the Periodic Table by their ___________ _____________, such as N, Mg, or Hg. Isotopes - ___________ __ _____ __ ___ ______ __________ _____ _____ ____________ ___________ ___ _________ ( _______ ___________ __ __________ )
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In Carbon Dating, the older an object is, the less of _____, a Carbon Isotope, would be found. The total number of neutrons in an isotope equals the _______ ___________ minus the _____________ _________________. There are ___ isotopes of Hydrogen. In an atom of Tritium, there are _________ neutrons located in the nucleus. In an atom of Deuterium, there are ________ neutrons located in the nucleus. Ions are ____________ __________. If an atom has more protons than electrons then it has a __________ __________. If an atom has more electrons than protons then it has a ___________ ________. An Oxygen ion wants to take on an extra ___ electrons in order to fill all of its _____________.
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This note was uploaded on 02/26/2012 for the course GENERAL 101 taught by Professor None during the Spring '12 term at Aurora University.

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