Atoms, Elements, Covalent Bonding, Ions, Ionic Bonding, Relative Atomic Mass, Periodic Table Doodle Notes for Middle and High School Chemistry Doodle NotesThis bundle includes:Atomic Number, Mass Number Doodle NotesPeriodic Table Doodle NotesIsotopes and Relative Atomic Mass Doodle NotesIonic Bonding Doodle NotesIons Doodle NotesCovalent Bonding Doodle NotesThese notes will help your students to review the concepts of:- atomic number- mass number- ions- ionic bonding- properties of ionic…
Daniel's Model: The electrons that are in the atom are green apples. The protons are green peas and the neutrons are the red apples. My chose was nitrogen and it had 14 as is relative atomic mass and 7 as its proton number. The advantages to my model are that you can clearly see the way it is layout. The disadvantages to my model are that it's not really a photo.
Relative atomic mass (formerly atomic weight): a dimensionless physical quantity, the ratio of the average mass of atoms of an element to 1/12 of the mass of an atom of carbon-12 (unified atomic mass unit); 2 samples of a chemical element naturally found as being composed of more than one isotope collected from 2 different sources are expected to have slightly different relative atomic masses because isotopic concentrations typically vary slightly with the history of the source
Isotopes and Relative Atomic Mass Middle School Chemistry Doodle Notes
Isotopes and Relative Atomic Mass Doodle Notes for Middle School Chemistry and Science ClassesThese notes will help your students to review the concepts of isotopes and relative atomic mass.Students color & complete then add to their own chemistry notebookNo prep - just print & goYou might also like:Ions Doodle NotesCovalent Bonding Doodle NotesAtomic and Mass Numbers Interactive Notebook Be the first to know about my new product launches.