Visualize electron orbitals with the aid of these 3D animated models put to some hip music.
A documentary segment that follows how J.J. Thomson discovered the electron.
An in-depth video about the subatomic particles of the nucleus.
Summarize the main idea of a reading, create visual aids, and come up with new questions using a Four Square Concept Matrix.
Learn how fireworks work, including their components, how and why they explode, and what produces their different colors.
Learn how microscopic computers of the future would use individual atoms and electrons to encode information; and consider how such tiny computers might change our world.
Learn how the atomic number of an element is related to its valence electrons and the properties of the element.
Learn how fireflies use chemical reactions to produce light by chemoluminescence.
Learn about the quantum model of the atom and how it helps explain virtually every chemical change in the universe.
Learn the role of electrons in electron microscopes, which can create images of extremely small objects such as molecules.
Discussion on electrons, orbitals, energy levels, and moving in between energy levels.
Discussion on Thomson's experiment and how it impacted modern science.
These flashcards are here to help you better understand middle school physical science.