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  • Today, we will learn a little bit about atoms
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  • Thomson's Atomic Model
  • Tis represents an atom
  • physicist J. J. Thomson made some experiments and discovered that they were unique particles,wich he called electrons
  • Some examples of different models for different elements. 
  • Thomson's Atomic Model
  • Tis represents an atom
  • As you can see, most of the atom is made of plus signs with some minus sings floating inside it.The plus signs represent positively charged matter, while the minus signs represent electrons.
  • Rutheford Theory
  • Ernest Rutherford suggested that atoms have a nucleus made of positively charged energy, in the center of the atom. His theory states that the rest of the atom is made of electrons.
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  • Bohr's Model
  • This is Neils Bohr's model. This is the model we follow today. It Is a little more complicated that the last two. See, this model has electron orbits,  protons, and neutrons. The minus signs represent electrons, the yellow lines represent the orbits, while the plus signs represent protons, and the purple dots neutrons. 
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  • Each atom has a different amount of protons, neutrons, and electrons, based on the element that that atom belongs to. 
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