02. 07 Module Two Assessment and DBA
Please be be certain to review and they are comfortable with the following topics ahead of completing the Discussion-Based Evaluation and the Module Exam: Lesson 02. 01: Early Biochemistry and biology and Atomic Structure
5. Describe the changes in the atomic model as time passes.
* Describe how several observations and experiments led to changes in the atomic model. Lessons 02. 02: Properties from the Atom
* Illustrate the houses and spots of protons, neutrons, and electrons in an atom. 2. Explain what the mass number and atomic number recognize about a great atom. 5. Use mass and atomic number to look for the number of every single subatomic particle in an atom. Lesson 02. 03: Isotopes and Measured Averages
* Identify the differences among isotopes of an element. 5. Calculate the weighted common mass associated with an element when ever given the percent abundance and mass of it is isotopes. Lessons 02. apr: The Gopher and Conversions
* Describe the mole and its particular use in chemistry calculations. * Use the gopher, Avogadro's number, and large molar mass in dimensional evaluation calculations. Lessons 02. 05: Electron Agreement and Electromagnetic Radiation * Describe findings that resulted in the Bohr and mess models of the atom. 2. Explain just how line spectra are used to recognize elements and what they suggest about atoms. * Make clear properties of waves and how these houses apply to the quantum style. * Explain your observations, calculations, and conclusions from the virtual lab. Lesson 02. 06: Electron Configurations
* Represent electron plans using electron configuration, orbital notation, short notation, and Lewis appear in notation. 5. Describe the quantum model of an atom in terms of energy level, sublevels, and orbitals. 2. Use portion numbers to represent the spots of bad particals. (honors) 2. Apply the rules and restrictions of each mess number to distinguish possible and impossible mess number units. (honors)