Chem 40 – Theme 3 | Creating elements in our Universe
How were elements created?
What you need to learn
- Historical developments of the quantum model of the atom (C12-02-04)
- Explain the importance of light and the line spectra in the understanding of elements in the Universe.
- Explain and depict the organization of our elements based on electrons and its trends on the Periodic table.
- What is the current representation of atoms?
How you are assessed
- Group design of food pH indicator and presentation
- Quizzes on writing ionic, net ionic, and solubility.
Watch these to help and guide you along. You are expected to watch all of these videos and complete the workbook required.
- Atomic Structure Notes 1: notes1
- Atomic Structure Notes 2: notes2
- 1electron-configurations – Electron Configuration Notes
- Atomic Structure Notes 3: notes3
- Periodic Trends In class notes: Periodic trends notes
- Quantum Mechanical Model Notes Summary: Quantum Mechanical model Summary
- Unit 1 Student Notes Handout for PPT: Unit 1 student notes
- Unit 1 Student Notes Handout for PPT 2: studentnotes2
- Unit 1 Student Notes Handout for PPT 3: studentnotes3
- Research Assignment on Line Spectra Application: 1Applications of the line spectra research assignment
- Quantum Mechanics assignment 1: atomic-structure-unit-quantum-mechanics 1
- Historical Timeline assignment on the development of the quantum model: 2historical context of quantum model
- Electron Configuration Worksheet: 3electron config worksheet
- Ionization energy worksheet – 4Ionization Energy Worksheet
- Ionization energy worksheet KEY – 4ionization-energy-exercise-key
- Electron Configuration worksheet – 5 Electron Configuration Worksheet
- Building spectroscope add on assignment – Building spectroscope extra assignment
- Unit Checklist – Checklist atomic structure
- Additional electron configuration worksheet – Electron configuration worksheet
- Unit Review – Unit review