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FÍSICA Y QUÍMICA 3º DE E.S.O.

FÍSICA Y QUÍMICA 3º DE E.S.O.

FÍSICA Y QUÍMICA 3º DE E.S.O. UNIT 1: THE ATOMIC STRUCTURE OF MATTER. FQ3ESO_U1_1: ATOMIC MODELS. U.1_1 d1. Bloque 2. La materia 2.7. Estructura atómica. Isótopos. Modelos atómicos.. Criterios de evaluación

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ATOMIC STRUCTURE

ATOMIC STRUCTURE

ATOMIC STRUCTURE. R.SANGEETHA VSMHS SCHOOL, CHENNAI. ATOMS AND SUBATOMIC PARTICLES. An atom is very small. Its mass is between 10-21 and 10-23g. A row of 107 atoms (10,000,000 atoms) extends only 1.0 mm. The subatomic particles are: 1.proton(+ve charge) 2.electron(neutral)

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Atomic Theory

Atomic Theory

1803. 1913. 1926. Nucleus. 2s orbital. Atomic Theory. 1904. 2p orbitals. 1s orbital. 3s orbital. 1911. Ancient Greek Theories of Matter.

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About Science Prof Online PowerPoint Resources

About Science Prof Online PowerPoint Resources

About Science Prof Online PowerPoint Resources.

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Notes : Electricity and Magnetism

Notes : Electricity and Magnetism

Notes : Electricity and Magnetism. How do you produce Electricity ?. DRIVING QUESTION !. FOCUSED LEARNING TARGET. Given different materials , I will be able to explain conductivity by induction and polarization.

By channer
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The Chemical Basis of Life

The Chemical Basis of Life

The Chemical Basis of Life. (Chapter 2.0 – 2.16). Learning Objectives. Describe the component parts of an atom and how they are distributed in the atomic structure. Explain atomic number and mass number Memorize the atomic number of carbon, hydrogen, oxygen, sodium, and chlorine

By donoma
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Atoms, Ions and Molecules The Building Blocks of Matter

Atoms, Ions and Molecules The Building Blocks of Matter

Atoms, Ions and Molecules The Building Blocks of Matter. Chapter 2. Chapter Outline. 2.1 The Rutherford Model of Atomic Structure 2.2 Nuclides and Their Symbols 2.3 Navigating the Periodic Table 2.4 The Masses of Atoms, Ions, and Molecules 2.5 Moles and Molar Mass 2.6 Making Elements

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Chapter: Atoms, Elements, and 			 the Periodic Table

Chapter: Atoms, Elements, and the Periodic Table

Table of Contents. Chapter: Atoms, Elements, and the Periodic Table. Section 1: Structure of Matter. Section 2: The Simplest Matter. Section 3: Compounds and Mixtures. Structure of Matter. 1. What is matter?. Matter is anything that has mass and takes up space.

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Dalton described the atomic nature of matter – is that the end of the story?

Dalton described the atomic nature of matter – is that the end of the story?

Dalton described the atomic nature of matter – is that the end of the story?. Objectives. To learn more about how the understanding of atomic structure developed To learn about the internal parts of an atom To understand Rutherford’s experiment

By donar
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Chapter 2 Atoms, Molecules, and Ions

Chapter 2 Atoms, Molecules, and Ions

CHEMISTRY The Central Science 9th Edition. Chapter 2 Atoms, Molecules, and Ions. David P. White. The Atomic Theory of Matter. John Dalton: Each element is composed of atoms All atoms of an element are identical. In chemical reactions, the atoms are not changed.

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After studying this section,32-1, you should be able to:

After studying this section,32-1, you should be able to:

Electrostatics involves electric charges, the forces between them, and their behavior in materials. After studying this section,32-1, you should be able to:. Describe the fundamental rule at the base of all electrical phenomena Compare gravitational force to electrical force.

By jewel
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Basics Of Automotive Electrical & Electricity

Basics Of Automotive Electrical & Electricity

Basics Of Automotive Electrical & Electricity. Matter. Anything that has mass & takes up space:. Matter. Can exist in three states Solids Liquids Gases. Molecule. Smallest portion of matter that still retains all of the properties of the original Molecules are made up of atoms.

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§8.8 Electric properties of colloids

§8.8 Electric properties of colloids

§8.8 Electric properties of colloids. -. -. +. +. sands. clay. clay. 1) Electrokinetic phenomenon of colloids. The experiments done by PeNcc in 1809 demonstrated that both colloidal particles and dispersion medium are charged and can move under electric fields.

By meghan
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Lecture #2

Lecture #2

Lecture #2. OUTLINE Electrons and holes Energy-band model Read: Chapter 2 (Section 2.2). Electronic Properties of Si.  Silicon is a semiconductor material. Pure Si has a relatively high electrical resistivity at room temperature.  There are 2 types of mobile charge-carriers in Si:

By conway
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The Atom

The Atom

Electrostatics , or electricity at rest, involves electric charges, the forces between them, and their behavior in materials. An understanding of electricity requires a step-by-step approach, for one concept is the building block for the next. 32.1 Electrical Forces and Charges. The Atom.

By portia
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Chapter 20 Notes

Chapter 20 Notes

Chapter 20 Notes. Static Electricity. Ben Franklin’s experiment in 1752 Electrostatics-The study of electrical charges that can be collected and held in one place, in other words, they are AT REST. Something about ATOMS.

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Coulomb’s Law

Coulomb’s Law

Coulomb’s Law. Coulomb’s law states that the force of a charged object on another charged object is directly proportional to the product of their charge(s) and inversely proportional to the square of the distance between them.

By sunee
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What is Static Electricity?

What is Static Electricity?

What is Static Electricity?. Static Electricity is…. A stationary build-up of electric charge (electrons) on a material Electricity that does not move (static vs. dynamic) Shocking!. Types of Charges. Most objects are neutral – electrically uncharged

By elsie
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Protein Structure -Primary and Secondary Structure-

Protein Structure -Primary and Secondary Structure-

Protein Structure -Primary and Secondary Structure-. Chapter 3 (Page 96-97; 106-107) Chapter 4 (Page 116-125). 1. Protein Structure. Provides deep insight into: P rotein function and stability The evolutionary relatedness of all proteins, and more fundamentally of all organisms Disease

By havyn
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Lesson 15 History of Atomic Theory

Lesson 15 History of Atomic Theory

Lesson 15 History of Atomic Theory. Objectives: * The student will list and explain the five points in Dalton’s atomic theory. * The student will describe and reenact Rutherford’s Gold Foil Experiment, and explain his theory of an atom.

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