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Atomic Structure 6
Objective: Students will be able to examine the parts of an
atom in order to be able to demonstrate how to determine
which groups of elements form cations and which form
anions
1. What will we learn today? _____________________________________
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2. How will you learn this? ______________________________________
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3. List the parts of an atom and tell how you would determine them from information
found in the periodic table of elements for each atom
4. Write the isotopic symbol for the following atoms
IRON-56
+
COPPER-66
+
NITROGEN-16
+
CARBON-14
5. Tell which of the above examples are isotopes of their atom, explain how you
know.
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6. How could you determine the number of neutrons in an atom or an isotope?
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7. What is an ion?
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Atomic Structure 6
8. Use the following isotope notation to fill in the blanks:
25
+2
12Mg
Neutrons: __________
Atomic number: ______
Protons:
________
Mass Number: _______
Electrons:
________
Longhand Notation /Name:
Is this an isotope
Is this an:
yes
Cation
or
or
no
(circle your answer)
Anion
(circle your answer)
9. Use the periodic table to fill in the blanks about a neutral atom of Platinum .
Protons:
________
Electrons:
_________
Atomic number: _______
Average Atomic mass: ________
Average # Neutrons: __________
Draw Out the Isotopic Symbol Below
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