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How Life Works: Intro Biology 1
Beverly Knauper
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This 2 page Class Notes was uploaded by Jamyia Higgins on Wednesday September 7, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to 120822 at University of Cincinnati Blue Ash College taught by Beverly Knauper in Fall 2016. Since its upload, it has received 29 views. For similar materials see How Life Works: Intro Biology 1 in Biology 1021 at University of Cincinnati Blue Ash College.


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Date Created: 09/07/16
                             Chapter 2 Notes: The Nature of Matter  Matter ­ refers to anything          Atomic theory states elements consist of atoms Atomic symbol­ name of the atom or element ●  H for hydrogen or Na for sodium   Arranged in Periodic Table  H ­ Hydrogen Na ­ Sodium C ­ Carbon O ­ Oxygen Subatomic Elements ● Neutrons ­ no electrical charge, found in nucleus. ● Protons­ Positive charge, found in nucleus  ● Electrons­ Negative charge, Atomic Number/ Protons ­ Equals number of protons ­ Orders in periodic table, can be called: element or atom Atomic Mass ­ Equals the number of protons and the number of neutrons ­ Electrons have nearly zero mass Isotopes ­ Atoms of the same elements that differ in the number of neutrons Isotopes have the same number of protons but a different number of neutrons (different mass  numbers) Unstable and may decay emitting radiation Radioactive isotopes behavior essentially the same as stable isotopes of same element ­ Can be used as tracer­ pet scan ­ Can cause damage to cells leading to cancer. ­ Can be used to sterilize medical equipment  C­14 decays to C­12 Electron Arrangement  ­Electrons constantly moving useful to construct models of atoms with energy levels or electron  shells.  ­ Each shell contains a certain number of electrons


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