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The History of Atomic Theory

The History of Atomic Theory

The History of Atomic Theory. 2. Cartoon of the day…. Today’s Warm-up. Warm-up: Black-box With your lab group of 4, investigate and predict (w/out opening) what is in your “black box” How did you come to that conclusion? What senses did you use? Did you use any tools?

By tiva
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JJ Thompson – Discovery of Electrons

JJ Thompson – Discovery of Electrons

Metal plate. Metal Plate. Gas-filled glass tube. Stream of negative particles (electrons). Source of Electrical Potential. JJ Thompson – Discovery of Electrons. Zumdahl, Zumdahl, DeCoste, World of Chemistry 2002, page 58. A Cathode Ray Tube.

By lyre
(224 views)

Identified hadron production in d+Au and p+p collisions at RHIC

Identified hadron production in d+Au and p+p collisions at RHIC

Identified hadron production in d+Au and p+p collisions at RHIC. Hongyan Yang for the BRAHMS Collaboration University of Bergen, Norway. Outline. Experimental overview Preliminary results - particle spectra - particle yields and ratios - nuclear modification factor - net-protons Summary.

By keegan
(135 views)

Warm Up 10/19/12

Warm Up 10/19/12

Warm Up 10/19/12. How long have people been interested in understanding matter and its structure? Thousands of years Hundreds of years A few years Never. History of Atomic Structure. What is an atom?. The smallest particle of an element.

By moshe
(60 views)

Types of Energy

Types of Energy

Types of Energy. A Powerpoint slide show adapted by Mr. Zindman. Mechanical Energy.

By serge
(298 views)

Electricity

Electricity

Electricity. What is Electricity?. Electricity refers to the flowing motion of electric charge. Electricity refers to the amount of imbalance between quantities of electrons and protons. .

By faye
(224 views)

Right Hand Rule Relating Magnetic Force, Magnetic Fields, and Charged Particle Velocity

Right Hand Rule Relating Magnetic Force, Magnetic Fields, and Charged Particle Velocity

Right Hand Rule Relating Magnetic Force, Magnetic Fields, and Charged Particle Velocity. Works for NEGATIVE particles!!! Positive charges are forced in the opposite direction!. Arrange Right Hand as Shown: Thumb – Magnetic Field Index Finger – Velocity Middle Finger – Force.

By vilina
(212 views)

Atomic Theory

Atomic Theory

Atomic Theory. “History of. . . ”. The Ancient Greeks. Democritus and other Ancient Greeks were the first to describe the atom around 400 B.C. The atom was nature’s basic particle that makes up all matter.

By mireya
(103 views)

Energy & Chemistry

Energy & Chemistry

Energy & Chemistry. 2H 2(g) + O 2(g) → 2H 2 O (g) + heat and light This can be set up to provide ELECTRIC ENERGY in a fuel cell . Oxidation: 2 H 2 → 4 H + + 4 e - Reduction: 4 e - + O 2 + 2 H 2 O → 4 OH -. H 2 /O 2 Fuel Cell Energy, page 288. Energy & Chemistry.

By tyne
(130 views)

TPC track distortions Review of situation

TPC track distortions Review of situation

TPC track distortions Review of situation. Alain Blondel, Silvia Borghi , Simone Giani, Simone Gilardoni and all the people that contributed with ideas or suggestions or comments during the analysis meetings and offline Thanks to Charles Pattison for the ntuple productions. Outlook.

By umed
(74 views)

Advanced Chemistry

Advanced Chemistry

Advanced Chemistry. Chapter 2. Cathode Ray. Why Do This Experiment?. Thompson was wanting to know the different parts of an atom He was wondering why batteries worked the way they did. The Experiment. J.J Thompson built a cathode ray with one end positive (anode) and one negative (cathode).

By sheryl
(131 views)

The Structure of the Atom

The Structure of the Atom

The Structure of the Atom. Chapter 4 Chemistry Matter and Change. Section 4.1. Early Ideas About Matter. Review Vocabulary/Ideas. Matter Theory Model Law of Definite Proportions Law of Multiple Proportions Law of Conservation of Matter. New Vocabulary/Ideas. Dalton’s Atomic Theory.

By hamal
(211 views)

Early Chemical History

Early Chemical History

Early Chemical History. Early, early chemistry. Chemistry has been around since people have been around Democritus- 400 BC. Next 2000 years. 4 elements Metals to Au Robert Boyle- 1600’s Joseph Priestly- 1700’s. Real chemistry (late 1700’s). Antoine Lavoisier combustion O 2 measurement

By duane
(148 views)

Chemistry Unit: The Study of Matter

Chemistry Unit: The Study of Matter

Chemistry Unit: The Study of Matter. Grade 9 Science. Outline the development of scientific thought as it relates to matter and the atomic structure. Define element and understand its relationship to the concept of matter. Describe the understanding of the structure of the atom. Key Words

By daire
(115 views)

The Structure of the Atom

The Structure of the Atom

The Structure of the Atom. Chapter 4 Chemistry Matter and Change. Section 4.1. Early Ideas About Matter. Review Vocabulary/Ideas. Matter Theory Model Law of Definite Proportions Law of Multiple Proportions Law of Conservation of Matter. New Vocabulary/Ideas. Dalton’s Atomic Theory.

By raheem
(399 views)

Atomic Theory

Atomic Theory

Part:1 Early Theories. Atomic Theory. Atoms. All matter is composed of tiny particles called atoms. An atom is the smallest particle of an element that retains the characteristics of the element. Evolution of the Atomic Model.

By eilis
(154 views)

Historical Development of an Atom

Historical Development of an Atom

Historical Development of an Atom. Democritus 470-380 B.C. Democritus was a Greek philosopher (470-380 B.C.) who is the father of modern atomic thought. He proposed that matter could NOT be divided into smaller pieces forever.

By faraji
(178 views)

Atomic Theory

Atomic Theory

Atomic Theory. Matter (400 BC) - The Greeks were the first to study matter. Greeks believed that matter was composed of indivisible particles called atoms. 2 original theories on matter :

By herb
(128 views)

A Cathode Ray Tube

A Cathode Ray Tube

Source of Electrical Potential. Stream of negative particles (electrons). Metal Plate. Gas-filled glass tube. Metal plate. A Cathode Ray Tube. Zumdahl, Zumdahl, DeCoste, World of Chemistry 2002, page 58. Background Information. Cathode Rays

By hadassah-ware
(133 views)

Accelerators

Accelerators

Accelerators In order to probe the nucleus - just as Rutherford probed the atom with alpha particles - we need to use more energetic particles. These are not easily found in naturally occurring radioactive samples so we have to accelerate them artificially.

By natalie-sloan
(110 views)

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