Protons can be found in at atom's ___________________.
Neutrons can be found in an atom's ____________________.
____________________ can be found rotating in circular orbits outside an atom's nucleus.
How many electrons can fit in the FIRST electron shell/orbital?
How many electrons can fit into any electron shell/orbital EXCEPT the first?
Number of protons is always equal to the number of ___________________ in an uncharged atom (check ALL that are true).
The only subatomic particle that is NOT always equal to at atom's atomic number is ____________________.
It is possible to predict the exact speed and location of an electron.
_______________________ is the scientist who thought that atoms were "tiny, indestructable spheres" according to our video.
___________________ is the scientist who came up with the "Plum Pudding Model" to describe atomic structure.
_____________________ is the scientist who first coined the term 'nucleus' after his famous experiment shooting small particles at a sheet of gold foil.
_____________________ is the scientist who originally proposed that electrons move in 'orbits' around the nucleus.
__________________________ is the scientist who has an "Uncertainty Principle" named after him, because he proposed that it is impossible to determine both the exact velocity and location of an electron.