CP29 – Study Period
- Q1 – CER & Atomic Theories
- Q2 – Emission Spectrum
- Q3 – Electron Configurations / Orbital Diagrams
- Q4 – Orbital Theory
Objectives for the Test
- Compare the major atomic model theories: Thomson, Rutherford and Bohr
- Explain the experimental basis for the Thomson, Rutherford, and Bohr models.
- Explain the relationship between emission spectra and electron energy levels
- Explain the differences between electrons located in different orbitals: orbital energy level, orbital shape, orbital orientation, electron spin
- Draw the orbital diagram for an atom, or ion
- Write the full electron configurations of an atom or ion.
- Determine the electronic configurations of isoelectronic species
- Explain the relationship between electron configurations and the periodic table
- Predict the number of valence electrons of an element and its electron configuration based on its position in the periodic table.
- 5.1 – Dalton’s Model of the Atom
- 10.2 – The Bohr Atom
- 10.3 – Energy Levels of Electrons
- 10.4 – Atomic Structures of the First 18 Elements
- 10.5 – Electron Structures and the Periodic Table
- work in small groups
- one page per problem
- which objectives link?
- what textbook sections connect?
- what class examples connect?
- Charlotte, Anna, Alexana, Paulina
- Fifolu, Ally, Izzy
- Alexa, Julia, Anya, Pari