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Chemistry SM-1131 Week 5 Lesson 1. Dr. Jesse Reich Assistant Professor of Chemistry Massachusetts Maritime Academy Fall 2008. Class Today. Test Wednesday Poem Movie Review: Periodic Table, Isotopes and Atomic Mass Atomic Mass Review for the test. Quote.

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Chemistry sm 1131 week 5 lesson 1

Chemistry SM-1131Week 5 Lesson 1

Dr. Jesse Reich

Assistant Professor of Chemistry

Massachusetts Maritime Academy

Fall 2008


Class today

Class Today

  • Test Wednesday

  • Poem

  • Movie

  • Review: Periodic Table, Isotopes and Atomic Mass

  • Atomic Mass

  • Review for the test


Quote

Quote

  • Everything has to change, and that change has to start with me. -Utah Phillips

    Just be careful because change will hurt.

    -D. Reich


Oil drop movie

Oil drop Movie

  • http://chemistry.umeche.maine.edu/~amar/fall2004/Millikan.html


Skipping ahead

Skipping Ahead

  • I’m skipping a lot of scientists and a lot of story

  • We have a nucleus and it contains Protons and Neutrons

  • Electrons are on the outside in set patterns


Nucleus masses

Nucleus Masses

  • Protons have masses of 1.67262e-27kg

  • Neutrons have masses of 1.67493e-27kg

  • OK, talking about that mass is obnoxious. So chemists came up with another scheme. They took an atom of Carbon, which has 6 neutrons and 6 protons, and they said 1/12 of that mass is now 1 amu.

  • Protons by themselves have a mass of 1.0073 amu. Neutrons have a mass of 1.0087 amu.


Electrons

Electrons

  • Protons are over 1800 times larger than electrons. So, chemists say electrons have no mass.

  • This is not exactly true, it’s more like they have negligible mass.


Charge

Charge

  • Protons have a charge of +1

  • Electrons have a charge of -1

  • Neutrons have no charge at all.

  • Oppositely charged particles attract.

  • Similarly charged particles repel.

  • If an atom has an equal number of protons and electrons the atom has no charge. For every extra proton it has +1 charge. For every extra electron it has -1 charge.


Periodic table

Periodic Table

Hydrogen is the element

1 is the atomic number

1.0079 is the atomic mass


Elements

Elements

  • The number of protons is called the atomic number.

  • If two elements have the same atomic number they are the same element. If two elements have different atomic numbers they are different.


The table

The Table

Groups/families are up and down

Rows/periods are left to right


The table1

The Table

Group 1. Alkali Metals

Group 2. Alkaline Earth Metals

Group 3-12 Transition Metals

Group 17. Halogens

Group 18. Noble Gases

Main group 1,2 13-18

H, C, N, O, P, S, Se are organic elements

57-71 lanthanides

89-103 actinides

B, Si, Ge, As, Sb, Te, Po are metaloids


Metals

Metals

  • Shiny

  • Reflect

  • Malleable (bendable)

  • Ductile (can be drawn into strips)

  • Conduct electricity

  • LOSE ELECTRONS


Non metals

Non-Metals

  • Dull

  • Brittle

  • Don’t conduct

  • GAIN ELECTRONS

    (think graphite)


Metalloids

Metalloids

  • Mixed Properties

  • Semiconductors

  • Some dull, some shiny

  • Etc.


Chemistry sm 1131 week 5 lesson 1

Ions

  • Any charged particle is called an ion.

  • # of Protons - # of Electrons = charge

  • If # of protons = # of electrons the charge is 0 and we call it neutral (not an ion)

  • If # of protons > # of electrons it has a positive charge and we call it a cation.

  • If # of protons < # of electrons it has a positive charge and we call it an anion.


Isotopes

Isotopes

  • If two elements are the same they will have the same # of protons.

  • If two atoms of the same element have different numbers of neutrons they are called Isotopes.


Ways to write isotopes

Ways to write Isotopes

  • Two systems exist to write Isotopes.

  • Let’s take Chlorine for Example. There are two major isotopes of chlorine. One where the atom has 17 protons and 18 neutrons and one where it has 17 protons and 20 neutrons.

  • The easy way to write it is Cl-35 or Cl-37.

  • Or 3517Cl, and 3717Cl.

  • Top number = Mass #

  • Bottom = Atomic Number (# of protons)


Mass number

Mass Number

  • Simply put the mass is:

  • # of protons + # of neutrons = atomic number


Atomic mass

Atomic Mass

  • Atomic Mass is actually pretty complex.

    It’s an average mass of all the different isotopes.

    (%abundance * mass) + (%abundance*mass) etc… = atomic mass


Chemistry sm 1131 week 5 lesson 1

Neon

  • Neon is made up to 3 isotopes

  • Ne-20 = 90.38%

  • Ne-21 =0.27%

  • Ne-22 = 9.25%

  • Atomic mass =

    20.00*.9038 + 21.00*.0027 + 22.00*.0925 = 20.1677 = 20.17 amu = atomic mass

    So the masses on the periodic tables are average masses of all the isotopes


Get ready

Get Ready

  • TEST WEDNESDAY!!!

  • 1: scientific method, vocab words

  • 2: sig fig, rounding, density

  • 3: Matter and Energy, chemical vs. physical, temperature, heat capacity

  • 4: Atomic Theory, scientists, protons, neutrons, electrons, periodic table, Ions, Isotopes, Atomic Mass, Atomic Number


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