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An Introduction to Atoms

Students will be able to identify the essential attributes of atoms and to classify a particle as an atom or a non-atom.
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Frederick Nelson

on 3 October 2012

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Transcript of An Introduction to Atoms

An Introduction to Atoms Fred Nelson An image of atoms of germanium in an ink-blot Atoms of Carbon
in a material called
Graphene 0.00000000007 meters An atom of Carbon 0.00000000007 meters Example Nonexample General Sherman tree, the largest
known single living tree 83.8 meters What's the difference? What's an atom made of? Ingredients of fish sticks Ingredients of an atom Model of an atom Not this model! SUMMARIZING What distinctive characteristics
did we identify?

What rule can we state for
identifying an atom? Is this an atom? Matter Elements Compounds Atoms Protons Electrons Neutrons Molecules What are we learning about? http://www.perma-bound.com/state-standards.do?state=CA&subject=science&gradeLevel=3 Atoms are mostly
empty space
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