An Advanced Treatise on Physical Chemistry. Volume Two: The by J R Partington

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Aluminum - 13 electrons 3. ISOTOPES All of the atoms’ nuclei of an element have the same number of protons, but their number of neutrons may be different. For example, there are three types of hydrogen atoms (Figure 5), and they differ only in their number of neutrons. e-- e-- 1 e-- 2 H Hydrogen 1 proton 3 H=D Deuterium 1 proton 1 neutron H=T Tiritium 1 proton 2 neutrons Figure 5: Types of hydrogen atoms Isotopes can be defined as atoms that have the same number of protons but a different number of neutrons (Table 2).

Stars in galaxies Flame Matter 31 3. CLASSIFICATION OF MATTER Matter exists in millions of different forms in the world. Water is matter just like Particles in elements and compounds cannot be seen with the naked eye. gold. As ice-cream is composed of different states, so is the sun. 1. PURE SUBSTANCES Tap water (city water) is not a pure substance because it not only contains Pure substances are elements and compounds. They have only one type of water molecules, but also particles. Tap particle in their structure.

What is the X representation? What information about an atom can it detail? a. Al13 b. K19 5. 6. What is an ion? How many types of ions can be found? a. 8 ... c. 40 ... 20 What is atomic number? 7. What is the definition of isotope? 8. What is the smallest subatomic particle known today? Research and discuss the results in class. 9. Fill the folllowing table with suitable numbers. Element 62 12. Fill in the following blanks. p n Mg 12 Cl 18 S 16 Na 11 charge A 10 24 35 16 12 Introduction to Chemistry +1 2+ Ca ...

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