Chemistry Comic part 2

Chemistry Comic part 2
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  • "Henry Moseley later discovered the atomic number during his experiments with X-rays. The atomic number represents the number of electrons in an element; It differentiates elements from each other."
  • "A number of years later, James Chadwick announced that the core of an atom contained a new uncharged particle, which he called the neutron. He discovered this through his experiments with Beryllium atoms."
  • "Niels Bohr later proposed that electrons are arranged in concentric circular orbits around the nucleus like the solar system."
  • "In 1926, Erwin Schrodinger presented his Cat Thought Problem. He used mathematical equations to describe the likelihood of finding an electron in a certain position. He discovered that electrons don't orbit the nucleus; instead, the nucleus is surrounded by an electron cloud. He called this the Quantum Mechanical Model."
  • "And that brings us to today! Now your assignment is to put the information I have given you into a comic in a creative way. Good luck!"
  • "If you aren't making your students cry, you're doing it wrong."
  • Mr. Jan
  • THE END
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