Exploring inside an atom

This lesson explores what an atom is made of, the internal structure of an atom, and the properties of the particles that make an atom.

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Quiz:

Exploring Inside Atoms

This quiz checks your learning from the lesson on Atoms and Isotopes

Q1.Which of these particles can be found within the nucleus of an atom (select 2)?

Select two (2) boxes

1/6

Q2.How many protons and neutrons are there in Cobalt?

2/6

Q3.Match up the name of the particle to the relative charge on the particle.
Electron
Neutron
Proton

3/6

Q4.Which particle can be found in each part of the atom? Remember, you could chose more than one in each part.
Nucleus

Select two (2) boxes

Shells

Select one (1) boxes

4/6

Q5.Match up the name of the particle to the relative mass on the particle.
Electron
Neutron
Proton

5/6

Q6.Which of these statement best explains why atoms are overall neutral?

6/6

This quiz includes images that don't have any alt text - please contact your teacher who should be able to help you with an audio description.

Quiz:

Exploring Inside Atoms

This quiz checks your learning from the lesson on Atoms and Isotopes

Q1.Which of these particles can be found within the nucleus of an atom (select 2)?

Select two (2) boxes

1/6

Q2.How many protons and neutrons are there in Cobalt?

2/6

Q3.Match up the name of the particle to the relative charge on the particle.
Electron
Neutron
Proton

3/6

Q4.Which particle can be found in each part of the atom? Remember, you could chose more than one in each part.
Nucleus

Select two (2) boxes

Shells

Select one (1) boxes

4/6

Q5.Match up the name of the particle to the relative mass on the particle.
Electron
Neutron
Proton

5/6

Q6.Which of these statement best explains why atoms are overall neutral?

6/6

Lesson summary: Exploring inside an atom

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