Unit 6: Particles with Internal
- Describe the evidence
that supports the idea that the simple particles have a property we call charge.
- Describe the evidence that led Thomson to suggest that the mobile charge in atoms is negative.
- Use the Thomson model of the atom to account for the fact that neutral atoms
can become either positively or negatively charged by the loss or gain of electrons.
- List the properties that distinguish metals from non-metals.
- Describe the evidence that distinguishes ionic from molecular or atomic solids.
- Given the formual of an ionic or molecular substance, state its name.
- Given the name of ionic or moelecular substance, write its formula.
- From the name or formula of a substance, determine whether that substance is
ionic or molecular.
Unit 6 Documents
Thomson Model Notes WS
Sticky Tape Model Notes WS
Unit 6 WS 1: Periodic Table Patterns
Ion Formula Practice
Crystal Structures - Mercury
Unit 6 WS 2: Particle Structure
Molecular and Ionic Compounds Notes
Unit 6 WS 3: Ionic Compounds
List of Common Ions #1
List of Common Ions #2
Unit 6 WS 4:Molecular Compounds
Unit 6 WS 5: Representing Ions and Formula Units
Unit 6 WS 6: More Practice with Names and Formulas
Unit 6 Review
Unit 6 Tutorials and Weblinks
A Look Inside the Atom (Thompson experiments)
What Happens When Stuff Dissolves?
Ionic Bonding Introduction
Ionic Bonding Part 2
Ionic Bonding Part 3
Naming Ionic Compounds with Transition Metals
Naming Covalent Molecular Compounds