Structure: Index of Contents

Presentations:
1 Evolution of Atomic Theory: From Democritus to Rutherford. (21 slds)
2 Introduction to the Bohr Atom: The experiments leading to the creation Bohr model. (24 slds)
3 The Bohr Atom: Evolution of Electron Configuration. (48 slds)
4 The Atom Model After Bohr: Quantum mechanics applied to atomic models. (43 slds)
5 Mass Spectroscopy I: Use and application of mass spectroscopy. (18 slds)
6 Mass Spectroscopy II: Mass spectroscopy as a residual gas analyzer. (11 slds)
7 Nuclear Magnetic Resonance: Applying atomic structure to chemical analysis. (13 slds)
8 Electron Microscopy: Applying Atomic Structure Knowledge to Chemical Analysis. (12 slds)

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Student Handouts:
1 Atomic Structure: Relating mass number, atomic mass, and isotopes. (1 pg)
2 Atomic Spectra: Understanding the absorption and emission spectra of atoms. (3 pgs)
3 Atomic Spectra Calculations: Examining the different emission series. (6 pgs)
4 Neutrons, Protons and Electrons: Their chemical properties. (2 pgs)
5 Drawing Bohr Models: A how-to handout on drawing Bohr models with examples. (2 pgs)
6 Electron Microscopes: Describing the inner workings of a SEM and a TEM. (5 pgs)
7 Mass Spectroscopy: Describing how a mass spectrometer works and its applications. (1 pg)
8 Structure and Size of an Atom: Examining the structure and relative size of an atom. (1 pg)
9 Electronic Configuration in the Periodic Table: A periodic table highlighting similarities. (1 pg)
10 Organization of the Periodic Table: How the periodic table is arranged. (1 pg)
11 Gold Foil Experiment: An introduction to the Gold Foil Experiment. (1 pgs)

Student Activities:
1 Name the Element: Relating the proton, electron and neutron numbers to an element. (1 pg)
2 Atomic Structure: Examining atomic structure and isotopes. (2 pgs)
3 Atomic Spectra: Learning the science of atomic spectra through vocabulary. (2 pgs)
4 Average Atomic Mass: Calculating the average atomic mass of a mixture of isotopes. (2 pgs)
5 Bohr Model: Using templates to draw the Bohr models of specified elements. (4 pgs)
6 Electron Configuration: Generating or identifying an elements electronic configuration. (1 pg)
7 Drawing Bohr Models: Drawing the models of specified elements. (1 pg)
8 Orbital Notation: Writing out the orbital notation for specified elements. (1 pg)
9 Atomic Spectra and Electron Transitions: Determining transitions from spectra. (4 pgs)
10 Gold Foil Experiment: Elucidating the structure of an unknown, unseen object. (2 pgs)

11 Determining Atomic Mass Lab: Determining the average atomic mass of an element. (1 pgs)
12 Electron Cloud Lab: Determining the probable location of an electron in a atom. (1 pg)
13 Electron Configuration Bingo Game: Promoting knowledge of electron configuration. (2 pgs)
14 Mystery Tube Lab: An indirect evidence lab using the mystery tube. (2 pgs)

15 Structure Flash Cards: Student self assessment tool for study of atomic structure.

Student Activity Keys:
1 Name the Element Key: Worksheet answer key.
2 Atomic Structure Key: Worksheet answer key.
3 Atomic Spectra Key: Worksheet answer key.
4 Average Atomic Mass Key: Worksheet answer key.
5 Bohr Model Key: Worksheet answer key.
6 Electron Configuration Key: Worksheet answer key.
7 Drawing Bohr Models Key: Worksheet answer key.
8 Orbital Notation Key: Worksheet answer key.
9 Atomic Spectra and Electron Transitions Key: Worksheet answer key.
10 Gold Foil Experiment Key: Worksheet answer key.

11 Determining Atomic Mass Lab Key: The answer key for the determining atomic mass lab.
12 Electron Cloud Lab Key: The answer key to the electron cloud lab.
13 Electron Configuration Bingo Game Key: The key to bingo lab.
14 Mystery Tub Lab Key: The key to the mystery tube lab.

Quizzes:
1 Name the Element Quiz: A quiz relating an element to its constituent parts. (25 questions)
2 Atomic Structure Quiz: A quiz covering components of an atom's structure. (10 questions)
3 Drawing Bohr Models Quiz: A quiz relating an element to its Bohr model. (4 questions)
4 Electron Configuration Quiz: Writing a specified element's electron configuration. (5 questions)
5 Orbital Notation Quiz: Writing a specified element's orbital notation. (5 questions)

6 Structure Section Test: A test covering the structure piece of the pie. (11 questions)

Quiz Keys:
1 Name the Element Quiz Key: Quiz key.
2 Atomic Structure Quiz Key: Quiz key.
3 Drawing Bohr Models Quiz Key: Quiz key.
4 Electron Configuration Quiz Key: Quiz key.
5 Orbital Notation Quiz Key: Quiz key.

6 Structure Section Test Key: Test key.