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J.J. Thomson

J.J. Thomson

J.J. Thomson. The Plum Pudding or Raisin Bun Model. The Problem…. Dalton Model Matter consists of tiny particles, atoms The Particles are indestructible Atoms of each element have a different mass Atoms react and combine in simple whole number ratios. Atoms are

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Asphalt and Asphalt Concrete

Asphalt and Asphalt Concrete

Asphalt and Asphalt Concrete. History Asphalt and Tar Material Engineered Asphalt Cements Hot-mixed asphalt Cutbacks Emulsions Properties of Asphalt. History. 3500 B.C. natural bitumen used to line reservoirs by the Greeks First US asphalt in NY and NJ Automobile drove the ACC industry.

By johana
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ATOMS AND THE PERIODIC TABLE chapter three

ATOMS AND THE PERIODIC TABLE chapter three

ATOMS AND THE PERIODIC TABLE chapter three. FOCUS ACTIVITY 1. ATOMIC THEORY - history. NUCLEUS. PROTON +. NEUTRON (NEUTRAL). ATOMIC THEORY - STRUCTURE MODEL OF THE ATOM. ELECTRON -. ENERGY LEVELS. ATOMIC STRUCTURE ELECTRON LOCATION. Electrons are found in energy levels of an atom.

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ELECTRICKERY

ELECTRICKERY

ELECTRICKERY. Presented by. Have you ever stuck a balloon to the wall after rubbing it on your head? Has your jumper ever made crackling noises when you took it off? Have you ever got an electric shock off your door knob? Have you ever seen lightening?. All these things happen because of

By paul
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Molecular Shape

Molecular Shape

Molecular Shape . VSEPR (Valence Shell Electron Pair Repulsion) Theory. VSEPR Theory. VSEPR (Valence Shell Electron Pair Repulsion) Theory allows us to predict the shape of molecules. Each molecule has pairs of electrons- The bonding pairs form covalent bonds.

By Patman
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CHAPTER 1 STRUCTURE DETERMINES PROPERTIES

CHAPTER 1 STRUCTURE DETERMINES PROPERTIES

CHAPTER 1 STRUCTURE DETERMINES PROPERTIES. ATOMIC STRUCTURE. number of protons determines the element combinations are possible, with a constant number of protons but varying number of neutrons - ISOTOPES. Chapter 1: Introduction and Review. ORBITALS AND SYMMETRY.

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Early History of Chemistry

Early History of Chemistry

Early History of Chemistry. Courtesy: www.lab-initio.com. Greeks. 400 B.C. – Matter was composed of four fundamental substances: fire , earth , water, and air.

By newman
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Chemistry Chapter 8

Chemistry Chapter 8

Chemistry Chapter 8. covalent bond a bond formed by the sharing of electrons between atoms . molecule a neutral group of atoms joined together by covalent bonds . diatomic molecule a molecule consisting of two atoms . molecular compound a compound that is composed of molecules .

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Preview

Preview

Standardized Test Preparation . Chapter 3. Preview. Multiple Choice Short Answer Extended Response. Multiple Choice. 1. A chemical compound always has the same elements in the same proportions by mass regardless of the source of the compound. This is a statement of

By noe
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Organic chemistry A Chapter 6 Alcohols and Ethers By Prof. Dr. Adel M. Awadallah

Organic chemistry A Chapter 6 Alcohols and Ethers By Prof. Dr. Adel M. Awadallah

Organic chemistry A Chapter 6 Alcohols and Ethers By Prof. Dr. Adel M. Awadallah Islamic University of Gaza. Nomenclature of Organic Compounds. Alkanes ane Alkenes ene Alkynes yne Alcohols ol Ketones one Aldehydes al Acids oic acid. Nomenclature of alkenes and Alkynes

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HMA MATERIALS

HMA MATERIALS

HMA MATERIALS. Asphalt Soluble in petroleum products Generally a by-product of petroleum distillation process Can be naturally occurring. Tar Resistant to petroleum products Generally by-product of coke (from coal) production. Background. Background.

By sidney
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Welcome to Year 11 Extra Science!!

Welcome to Year 11 Extra Science!!

Welcome to Year 11 Extra Science!!. Mr Hicks. Year 11 Extra Science. Target grades for this group are A* A B And if you really flunk it….. C!. Module Number 12. Energy, Force and Communication. Lesson Objectives. To understand what causes static charge.

By aya
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Forces, Waves, and Electricity

Forces, Waves, and Electricity

Forces, Waves, and Electricity. Georgia High School Graduation Test: Science Review Mrs. Kirby. Introduction. From the key vocabulary, circle the words that you can already define or use in a sentence. Write down two or three things that you think are important for you to know today.

By santo
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1. 2. 3. 4. 5. A point charge {image} is placed at the origin. A second charge, {image} , is placed on the {image} axis at {image} . If {image} , what is the magnitude of the electrostatic force on a third point charge, {image} , placed on the {image} axis at {image} ?. {image} {image}

By irma
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Electrostatics

Electrostatics

Electrostatics. Seo Physics. Objective. To mathematically observe charges in atoms To find the Electrostatic Force between two different charges. Electric Charge. What is an Electric Charge? Atomic forms of matter 2 main charges: Proton (+) Positive Charge

By berenice
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LEMON FOAM

LEMON FOAM

LEMON FOAM. If you are interested in making a light foamy dessert - great for those unexpected visitors - get ready to learn the Lemon Foam recipe. It’s quick, easy and has a very interesting chemistry to it. RECIPE

By boyce
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Cholesterol, Sulfate, and Heart Disease

Cholesterol, Sulfate, and Heart Disease

Cholesterol, Sulfate, and Heart Disease. Stephanie Seneff Wise Traditions Workshop, London Feb 9, 2014. Download These Slides. http:// people.csail.mit.edu / seneff /London2014/SeneffHeartDisease2014.pptx.

By blue
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CHEMICAL BONDING

CHEMICAL BONDING

CHEMICAL BONDING. Cocaine. Chemical Bonding. Problems and questions — How is a molecule or polyatomic ion held together? Why are atoms distributed at strange angles? Why are molecules not flat? Can we predict the structure? How is structure related to chemical and physical properties?.

By winifred
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First-Order RL&RC Circuits

First-Order RL&RC Circuits

First-Order RL&RC Circuits. DONE BY AL-AHMED, UTHMAN SULTAN ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT. Objective:-. to show you the relationship between MATH 202 and the electrical engineering major. To obtain the first order differential equation To estimate the solution of RC or RL circuit.

By forest
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Ions

Ions

Ions. Recap. What is an atom made of?. What is the overall charge of the nucleus?. How do you know?. What are ions?.

By adin
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