Atomic Structure


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  • Our point of emphasis would be Ions and Isotopes, but still take note of things I say.
  • Hello class. Today's topic will be about Atomic Structure.
  • Our point of emphasis would be Ions and Isotopes, but take note of everything I say.
  • Isotopes are difference in quantities for neutrons.
  • Now, Ions are the differences in quantity for protons and electrons.
  • Ions Vs. Isotopes
  • Cations vs. Anions
  • Anions, however, are negatively charged since they have more electrons than protons.
  • Cations are positively charged, since they have more protons than electrons.
  • There are 2 kinds of Ions. Namely Cations and Anions.
  • From what I said earlier, isotopes are different quantities of neutrons.
  • Atoms are neutral when protons and electrons are of equal quantity.
  • Isotopes
  • Neutrons don't affect the identity of an atom as a Cation, Anion or Neutral Atom.
  • The Net Charge is written on the upper-right of the Symbol.
  • Mass number on the upper-left, and Atomic Number on the lower-left.
  • Isotope Notation
  • It is written with the Chemical Symbol, Atomic Number, Mass Number and Net Charge.
  • Isotope Notations are used to represent specific isotopes.
  • Atomic Numbers represent the number of protons.
  • The numbers are representions of different things.
  • Isotope Notation
  • Mass numbers are protons added with neutrons,
  • And Net Charges are protons added with electrons.
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