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  • Atoms are the building blocks of matter. They are the basis of all the structures and organisms in the universe. The planets, the sun, grass and trees
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  • Two atoms are considered to be the same element if they have the same number of protons (atomic number). However, they do not have to have the same number
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  • Brink and Jones sections: Standing waves (quantization). Atom seen as positive nucleus with vibrating electron waves surrounding it. Schrödinger's equation
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  • sharing of one or more pairs of electrons, by two atoms. In order to produce a mutual attraction atoms tend to share electrons, so as to fill their outer
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  • Atoms are very small and cannot be seen with the naked eye nor can they be seen in microscopes using the eye. One million atoms fit across the width of
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  • are restricted to a discrete set of energies while they are trapped in an atom. This discretization of energy values is known as "quantization", meaning
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  • The Greek word (atom) means indivisible. The discovery of the fact that an atom is actually a complex system and can be broken in pieces was the most
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  • atoms were once thought to be the smallest building blocks of matter, and that matter could not be broken down any further. We now know that atoms are
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  • The Bohr Model of the Atom The Wave Form of Light The Dual Nature of Light Light and the Atomic Spectra The Bohr Model ← Atomic Terminology · The Wave
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  • Quantum Mechanics Model of the Atom The Wave Particle Duality Schrodinger's Wave Functions Heisenberg's Contribution Quantum Numbers Shapes of Atomic Orbitals
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  • between an electronegative atom (the hydrogen acceptor) and a hydrogen atom that attaches covalently with another electronegative atom (the hydrogen donor)
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  • originally formulated, is the electron shell structure of atoms. An electrically neutral atom contains bound electrons equal in number to the protons in
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  • is the center of an atom. It is composed of one or more protons and usually some neutrons as well. The number of protons in an atom's nucleus is called
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  • Particles Introduction to Quantum Theory The Quantum Model The Quantum Atom Shells and Orbitals Filling Electron Shells Periodicity and Electron Configurations
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  • the first atom of each part of the molecule. An atom with higher atomic number has higher priority. (e.g. I > Cl > C > H) If the first atom of two groups
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  • The Free High School Science Texts: A Textbook for High School Students Studying Physics. About FHSST Contributors Introduction PGCE Comments TO
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