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http://ttc.snoqualmie.k12.wa.us/access/web?id=d4300201-7949-11e3-be3f-00e0ed1cab0e. Lets Review:. http://www.mhhe.com/physsci/chemistry/essentialchemistry/flash/ruther14.swf Rutherford’s alpha particles mostly sailed through without issue during his experiment. Why?. Question 4.

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lets review
Lets Review:
  • http://www.mhhe.com/physsci/chemistry/essentialchemistry/flash/ruther14.swf
  • Rutherford’s alpha particles mostly sailed through without issue during his experiment.
    • Why?
question 4
Question 4
  • Is it ultimately possible for us to make a good model using a grapefruit?
  • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xqNSQ3OQMGI
  • How far would we have to put the edge of the atom away from the nucleus (how big is the radius)?
nobel ity part 1
Nobel-ity, Part 1
  • Update your TOC (Date, Title, Page Number)
  • Remember to start on the Right Side of your notebook
    • Date, Title, Pg #
  • Don’t forget your learning target
nobel ity part 1 learning target
Nobel-ity Part 1 Learning Target
  • I can understand that substances can be placed in categories or groups if they have similar properties.
  • I can understand that the periodic table is organized based on a pattern of similar traits among the elements.
  • I can understand that stable compounds and ions are related to electron configuration and atomic structure.
nobel ity
Nobel-ity
  • How do you design a molecule?
  • Why are some molecules stable, and not others?
  • How would you make a molecule that was useful?
question 1 p 176
Question 1, p. 176
  • Redraw the hydrogen spectra
  • How many lines?
  • What color is each?
question 2 p 177
Question 2, p. 177
  • A. How do you know that the Rutherford model of atom structure did not explain line spectra?
    • Hint: did the Rutherford model have different energy levels for electrons?
question 2 p 1771
Question 2, p. 177
  • C. Why do you think that rapidly moving electrons, not rapidly moving protons, are responsible for spectral lines?
  • Which one is easier to move?
  • Which one is “fatter”?
question 2 p 1772
Question 2, p. 177
  • D. How were differences in the amount of dark spaces between lines important?
    • What does it have to do with energy?
question 4 p 177
Question 4, p. 177
  • Read the reading!
  • Words:
    • Quantum (Quanta)
    • Orbit
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