Atomic Structure - History of atomic structure, Subatomic particles, Ions, Atomic mass calculations
This bundle of Power Point Presentations includes 50 slides
of information that teach the following objectives:
•Explain the discovery of the atom by the contributions from
Democritus, Dalton, Thompson, and Rutherford.
•Explain the Gold Foil Experiment in detail.
•Describe the three subatomic particles and their locations.
•Find the atomic mass, atomic number, and symbols of elements
off of the Periodic Table.
•Calculate the number of neutrons in a particular atom.
•Explain what an isotope is.
•Describe how cations are made.
•Describe how anions are made.
•Show the appropriate abbreviations for ions with mass, atomic numbers, and charge.
•Calculate atomic mass when given the percent abundances and mass of the isotopes.
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Other Atomic Structure lessons you may be interested in:
Lesson Plan: Atomic Structure Basics – History of the Atom
Lesson Plan: Atomic Structure Basics – Protons, Neutrons, Electrons, and Isotopes
Lesson Plan: Atomic Structure Basics – Atomic Mass Calculations
Lesson Plan: Atomic Structure Basics – Calculating Electrons for Cations, Anions, and Abbreviations
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Atomic Structure: Set of 4 power points!
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Atomic Structure Worksheets: Set of 5 with answer keys!
Great labs/activities that reinforce these concepts:
Lab Activity: Atomic Mass of “Candium”
Guided-Inquiry Activity: Isotopes
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