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The atomic number of an atom is determined by: _____

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The atomic number of an atom is determined by: _____

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Chemistry is the study of atoms, bonds, and molecules. Chemists also study how atoms and molecules interact with one another through observing various chemical reactions.

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An atom is made of two main regions: a nucleus and an electron cloud. The nucleus is composed of two particles: protons and neutrons. The atomic...

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Atomic Number and Mass Number

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Chapter 2 / Lesson 1
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Atoms are the basic building blocks of everything around you. In order to really understand how atoms combine to form molecules, it's necessary to be familiar with their structure. In this lesson, we'll dissect atoms so we can see just what really goes into those little building blocks of matter.


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