Chapter 9. Physics A First Course. Matter and Energy. Matter and Energy Physical Properties of Matter. 9.1 Atomic Structure 9.2 Electrons and the Periodic Table 9.3 Quantum Theory of the Atom. Key Question: How is an atom organized?. 9A Investigation: The Atom.
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Physics A First Course
Matter and Energy
How is an atom organized?
*Students read text section 9.1
AFTER Investigation 9A
strong nuclear force
Name the subatomic particles that make up an atom and describe their locations.
Describe the forces that hold atoms together.
Identify the number of particles in an atomic nucleus.
Use the periodic table to obtain information about the elements.
Explain the relationship between an element's placement on the periodic table and its chemical properties.
Understand a simple model of electron arrangement.
How does an atom absorb and emit light energy?
*Students read text section 9.3
AFTER Investigation 9B
Explain the meaning of quantum theory.
Compare and contrast the Bohr and quantum atomic models.
Explain why probability is important when working with atom-sized systems.