• B.1. Modern Atomic Theory

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    2. B.1.Q. Unit Challenge

    3. B.1.1. Subatomic Particles (Proton, Neutron, Electron)

      1. B.1.1.1. Determining the difference in size between protons, neutrons, and electrons
      2. B.1.1.2. Determining the different locations of protons, neutrons, and electrons
      3. B.1.1.3. Determining the difference in charge between protons, neutrons, and electrons
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  • B.2. Chemical Symbols on the Periodic Table

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    3. B.2.1. Atomic Number

      1. B.2.1.1. Determining the number of protons
      2. B.2.1.2. Determining the number of electrons
      3. B.2.1.3. Determining element given number of protons or electrons
    4. B.2.2. Mass Number

      1. B.2.2.1. Determining the mass number from the numbers of protons and neutrons
      2. B.2.2.2. Determining the number of neutrons
      3. B.2.2.3. Determining number of all subatomic particles
      4. B.2.2.4. Writing symbols given number of subatomic particles
    5. B.2.3. Isotopes

      1. B.2.3.1. Determining number of all subatomic particles
      2. B.2.3.2. Calculating the average atomic mass
    6. B.2.4. Ions

      1. B.2.4.O. Overview
      2. B.2.4.1. Determining the number of electrons lost or gained
      3. B.2.4.2. Determining the number of all subatomic particles
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  • B.3. Electron Configuration

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    3. B.3.1. Energy Levels (Shells) & Orbitals

      1. B.3.1.O. Overview
      2. B.3.1.1. Assigning quantum numbers
      3. B.3.1.2. Identifying the shapes of the orbitals
      4. B.3.1.3. Using the Pauli Exclusion Principle to determine possible quantum numbers
    4. B.3.2. Electron configuration (Rules and Diagrams)

      1. B.3.2.O. Overview
      2. B.3.2.1. Recognizing examples and non-examples of Pauli Exclusion Principle
      3. B.3.2.2. Recognizing examples and non-examples of Hund’s Rule
      4. B.3.2.3. Recognizing examples and non-examples of the Aufbau Principle
      5. B.3.2.4. Drawing electron configurations with Aufbau/orbital diagram
      6. B.3.2.6. Identifying elements that are paramagnetic or diamagnetic
      7. B.3.2.7. Recognizing excited versus ground states
    5. B.3.3. Short form electron configuration

      1. B.3.3.O. Overview
      2. B.3.3.1. Using the periodic table to write short form electron configurations
      3. B.3.3.2. Using the Aufbau diagram to write short form electron configurations
      4. B.3.3.4. Recognizing excited versus ground states
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  • B.4. Atomic Model History

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    3. B.4.1. Democritus, Dalton, Thomson, Rutherford, Millikan, Chadwick

      1. B.4.1.O. Overview
      2. B.4.1.1. Identifying appropriate models from descriptions and pictures
      3. B.4.1.2. Finding discrepancies in model descriptions
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