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  1. 25 26 APE MAN APE MAN Sep 10, 2013 Sep 10, 2013 Starter Application How do you think the identity of an element is determined? Practice Connection Exit

  2. Agenda • 1. Starter • 2.Atomic Structure Notes • 3. Atomic Structure Activity • 4. Exit

  3. Table of Contents Date Lecture/ Activity/ Lab Page 8/28 Syllabus /Notebook Guidelines 1-2 8/28 Periodic Table/ Formula 3-4 8/28 Tools/ Measurement 5-6 8/28 Lab Report/ Investigations 7-8 8/28 Restroom passes/Homework Log 9-10 8/29 Safety equipment 11-12 8/30 Atoms Vocabulary 13-14 9/3 Atomic Theory Research notes 15-16 9/4 Observation Activity 17-18 9/5 Model Activity 19-20 9/6 Atoms Notes 21-22 9/9 Atomic Charges 23-24 9/10 Ape Man 25-26

  4. Starter

  5. Practice: 1H1.008 Hydrogen • atomic number equal (=) to the number of Protons in the atom. • The Symbol rules: • The first letter is always CAPTIAL. • The second letter is always lowercase. • No periods are used. • atomic mass is the mass of all the protons and all the neutrons in the atom.

  6. 25 26 APE MAN APE MAN Sep 10, 2013 Sep 10,2013 Application Starter A PE MAN How do you think the identity of an element is determined? Practice Connection Exit

  7. Application: tomic number • rotons • lectrons ass number • A • P • E • M • A • N = tomic number = • eutrons -

  8. Application: Fluorine Chlorine Potassium • Atomic numberProtons • Electrons • Mass number Atomic number • Neutrons • A=9 • P= • E= • M= • A= • N= • A= • P= • E= • M= • A= • N= • A= • P= • E= • M= • A= • N= = 9 = 9 19 - -9 10

  9. 25 26 APE MAN APE MAN Sep 10,2013 Sep 10,2013 Application Starter A PE MAN How do you think the identity of an element is determined? Practice Connection Glue in the strip before you make the table Exit

  10. Connection: Fill in the missing information about each atom. Protons: ____ Atomic Mass: ____ Element: ____ Element Symbol _____ Protons: ____ Atomic Mass: ____ Element: ____ Element Symbol _____ Protons: ____ Atomic Mass: ____ Element: ____ Element Symbol _____ Protons: ____ Atomic Mass: ____ Element: ____ Element Symbol _____ Protons: ____ Atomic Mass: ____ Element: ____ Element Symbol _____ Protons: ____ Atomic Mass: ____ Element: ____ Element Symbol _____ 1 1 Hydrogen H

  11. Exit: • Explain why you agree with this statement? • “A majority of an atom’s mass is located in the nucleus.”