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The word atom comes from the Greek "atomos" which means?
a) Very tiny b) Indivisible c) Ouch I jammed my toe! d) Molecule
Which of the following was not a part of Dalton's theory of the atom?
a) All elements are composed of atoms b) Atoms of the same elements have the same mass and atoms of different elements have different masses c) All atoms have the same number or protons, electrons, and neutrons d) Compounds contain atoms of more than one element
Which of the following best fits Thomson's model of the atom?
a) Plum Pudding b) Chocolate cake c) Homer Simpson d) Can of Diet Pepsi
What discovery was accounted for in Rutherford's model of the atom?
a) The northwest passage b) Neutrons c) Electrons d) A positively charged nucleus
Which of the following particles has a positive charge?
a) Electrons b) Protons c) Neutrons d) Quarks
Which of the following can be determined by knowing the atomic number of an atom?
a) The number of neutrons b) The number of protons c) The number of protons and the number of electrons d) The number of molecules of that atom in a given volume
Which of the following can be determined by know the mass number of an atom?
a) The number of neutrons b) The number of protons c) The number of protons and the number of electrons d) The number of molecules of that atom in a given volume
An isotope is:
a) A version of an atom that has a different number of electrons b) A version of an atom that has a different number of protons c) A version of an atom that has a different number of neutrons d) A version of an atom that has a different number of pink fluffy stars
The Bohr Model of the atom says that electrons:
a) Move at a very high velocity around the nucleus b) Electrons exist at different energy levels in orbit around the nucleus c) Electrons can move between energy levels when they gain or lose energy d) All of the above are true about the Bohr model
The electron cloud model of the atom is used to do which of the following?
a) Describe possible locations of electrons around the nucleus. b) Predict the weather c) Describe exactly where electrons are around the nucleus d) Provide shade on an otherwise sunny day
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