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Atomic Structure

Very basic description of the atom

Christopher Nooney

on 3 May 2010

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Transcript of Atomic Structure

ATOMS ELECTRONS Negative Charge (-) Very Found in "energy levels" surrounding the neucleus Very Small - appx. 1800 times smaller
than a proton or neutron Very Small - appx. 1800 times smaller than a proton or neutron PROTONS Positive (+) Charges Located in the nucleus Each proton carries 1 positive charge Neutrons Neutral Charges - none Located in the nucleus
NUCLEUS Made of: & Atoms have a neutral charge.
That means they have no (0) charge. Here's how: Each proton has 1positive charge.
Each electron has 1 negative charge. Soooooooooooo
1 proton will cancel out 1 electron
0 Carbon has:
6 protons (6+) &
6 electrons (6-)
0 charge!
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