Atomic Theory, Structure, and Symbols
10th - Higher Ed
In this atomic theory instructional activity, students review the observations that led to the conclusion of the atom having a positively charged nucleus. Students compare atomic number and mass number and explain how the discovery of subatomic particles and isotopes affected Dalton's atomic theory. This instructional activity has 9 problems to solve.
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