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Proton, Electron and Neutron Notes
Transcript of Proton, Electron and Neutron Notes
The three basic components of an atom are:
Proton, Electron, and Neutron
A proton can be defined as having a
charge. An electron can be defined as having a
A Neutron can be defined as having a
Scientists used information about elements to create the
Each element has it's own place on the table. Within each box on the table, there is information about the elements atomic
, and atomic
All of this information can help YOU determine how many protons, electrons, and neutrons are found in an element.
Let's Practice :)
The number of protons is the
as the atomic
EX: The number of protons in Gold =
The number of electrons is the
as the number of protons.
EX: The number of electrons in Gold =
FOR EVERY POSITIVE CHARGE YOU HAVE, YOU MUST HAVE A NEGATIVE CHARGE. THAT IS WHY THEY ARE EQUAL :)
The number of neutrons is equal to the atomic
minus the number of protons
EX: The number of neutrons in Gold =
Atomic Weight (round to the nearest whole number)
# of protons
# of Neutrons
Let's Practice Some More :)