PRACTICE DRAWING ATOMS - local.brookings.k12.sd.us

PRACTICE DRAWING ATOMS - local.brookings.k12.sd.us

PRACTICE DRAWING ATOMS DRAWING ATOMS RULES PROTONS = Atomic number ELECTRONS = Atomic number NEUTRONS = mass number atomic number 1st level can hold up to 2 electrons 2nd level can hold up to 8 electrons 3rd level can hold up to 18 electrons DRAW AN ATOM Hydrogen (H) HYDROGEN

Atomic number = 1 Mass number = 1.0079 DRAW AN ATOM- Hydrogen (H) e- 1P+ 0N PROTONS = + 1P ELECTRONS =

1 e- NEUTRONS = 1-1 = 0 N DRAW AN ATOM Helium (He) HELIUM Atomic number = 2 Mass number = 4.002 DRAW AN ATOM- Helium (He)

e- + 2P 2N e- PROTONS = + 2P ELECTRONS = 2 e-

NEUTRONS = 4-2 = 2 N DRAW AN ATOM Oxygen (O) OXYGEN Atomic number = 8 Mass number = 15.9994 DRAW AN ATOM- Oxygen (O) ee- e-

e+ 8P 8N e- ee- e- PROTONS = + 8P

ELECTRONS = 8 e- 2 in 1st level 6 in 2nd level NEUTRONS = 16-8= 8 N DRAW AN ATOM Boron (B) Boron Atomic number = 5

Mass number = 10.811 DRAW AN ATOM- Boron (B) eee- + 5P 6N ee- P= 5P

E= 5e- + 2 in 1st level 3 in 2nd level N = 11 5 = 6 N DRAW AN ATOM Aluminum (Al) Aluminum

Atomic number = 13 Mass number = 26.981 DRAW AN ATOM Aluminum (Al) PROTONS = 13 P+ ELECTRONS = 2e+ 13P 14 N 8e-

3e- 13 e- 2 in 1st level 8 in 2nd level 3 in 3rd level NEUTRONS = 27 - 13 = 14N DRAW AN ATOM Lithium (Li) LITHIUM

Atomic number = 3 Mass number = 6.941 DRAW AN ATOM- Lithium (Li) e- PROTONS = 3 P+ ELECTRONS = + 3P 4N

e- e- 3 e- 2 in 1st level 1 in 2nd level NEUTRONS = 7-3 = 4N DRAW AN ATOM Nitrogen (N)

NITROGEN Atomic number = 7 Mass number = 14.0067 DRAW AN ATOM- Nitrogen (N) ee- e- e- e+ 7P 7N

e- P= 7P+ e- E= 7e - 2 in 1st level 5 in 2nd level

N = 14-7=7 N DRAW AN ATOM Phosphorus (P) Phosphorus Atomic number = 15 Mass number = 30.973 DRAW AN ATOM Phosphorus (P) PROTONS = 15 P+ ELECTRONS = 2e+ 15P

16 N 8e- 5e- 12 e- 2 in 1st level 8 in 2nd level 5 in 3rd level NEUTRONS =

31-15 = 16N DRAW AN ATOM Fluorine (F) Fluorine Atomic number = 9 Mass number = 18.998 DRAW AN ATOM- Fluorine (F) 2e+ 9P 10 N 7e-

PROTONS = 9 P+ ELECTRONS = 9 e- 2 in 1st level 7 in 2nd level NEUTRONS = 19 9 = 10N DRAW AN ATOM Carbon (C)

Carbon Atomic number = 6 Mass number = 12.01 DRAW AN ATOM- Carbon (C) eee- e+ 6P 6N ee- P=

6P E= 6e- + 2 in 1st level 4 in 2nd level N = 12 6 = 6 N

DRAW AN ATOM Sodium (Na) SODIUM Atomic number = 11 Mass number = 22.989 DRAW AN ATOM- Sodium (Na) e- e- eeee- 11P+ 12 N eeee- e- P= 11 P

E= 12 e- + 2 in 1st level 8 in 2nd level 1 in 3rd level N = 23-11= 12 N DRAW AN ATOM Beryllium (Be)

Beryllium Atomic number = 4 Mass number = 9.01 DRAW AN ATOM- Beryllium (Be) P= eee- + 4P E = 4e

+ 4P 5N e- - 2 in 1st level 2 in 2nd level N=94=5N

DRAW AN ATOM NEON (Ne) Neon Atomic number = 10 Mass number = 20.179 DRAW AN ATOM- Neon (Ne) 2e+ 10P 10 N 8e- PROTONS = 10 P+

ELECTRONS = 10 e- 2 in 1st level 8 in 2nd level NEUTRONS = 20 10 = 10N DRAW AN ATOM Silicon (Si) Silicon Atomic number = 14

Mass number = 28.0855 DRAW AN ATOM Silicon (Si) PROTONS = 14 P+ ELECTRONS = 2e+ 14P 14 N 8e- 4e-

14 e- 2 in 1st level 8 in 2nd level 4 in 3rd level NEUTRONS = 28 - 14 = 14N

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