“Learn the basics about radioactive isotopes, how they are created and what chemical reactions are created. “
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(Chemistry) Properties of Matter: Atomic Structure - BUNDLE - FuseSchool - 17 Video Guides
This video is very informative and makes good use of graphics to support the content.
This lesson can used as a flipped classroom exercise, notes, homework or as a part of a sub lesson plan. The guide is 2 pages long and in PDF format. The video link is embedded directly into the resource title.
The video is 4 minutes long. Total lesson time is about 20-30 minutes with partner conversation.
You can check out the Chemistry -Properties of Matter- Atomic Structure Playlist by visiting the link below.
Chemistry: Properties of Matter - Atomic Structure (FuseSchool) Playlist
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WHAT IS AN ATOM - PART 2 - ISOTOPES
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IN DEPTH: ATOMIC MASS UNITS
ATOMIC NUMBER AND MASS NUMBER
WHY AREN'T ALL ATOMIC MASSES WHOLE NUMBERS?
RELATIVE ATOMIC MASS
HOW TO CALCULATE RELATIVE ATOMIC MASS
WHAT ARE RADIOACTIVE ISOTOPES RADIONUCLIDES)
ENERGY LEVELS AND ELECTRON CONFIGURATION
DRAWING ELECTRON CONFIGURATION DIAGRAMS
ELECTRON CONFIGURATION OF THE FIRST 20 ELEMENTS IN THE PERIODIC TABLE
WHAT ARE IONS?
HOW DO ATOMS BOND
HOW DO ATOMS BOND - PART 2
WHAT ARE INTERMOLECULAR FORCES
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