Matter and Its Interactions
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Using the Bohr model of an atom, describe the following features and components of an atom: protons, neutrons, electrons, mass, number and types of particles, structure, and organization.
Use the kinetic molecular theory to explain how molecular motion is related to internal energy, temperature, heat, phase change, and expansion and contraction.
Use data collected from a calorimeter to construct a phase diagram to explain both the constant temperature and linearly changing segments of a graph.
Describe three forms of radioactivity in terms of changes in atomic number and mass number in order to write balanced equations for the three forms of radioactive decay.
Create a model that illustrates the difference between nuclear fission and nuclear fusion in terms of transmutation.