## Isotopes

Watch the video. While watching the video, you need to answer the following questions in your composition notebook

1. What is an Isotope

2. How is the analogy of the Lemona like an isotope

3. How do you calculate the mass of an element

4. How do you calculate the neutron of an element

5. How is the atomic mass determined to take into account isotopes

1. What is an Isotope

2. How is the analogy of the Lemona like an isotope

3. How do you calculate the mass of an element

4. How do you calculate the neutron of an element

5. How is the atomic mass determined to take into account isotopes

**Worksheet on Atoms and Isotopes**

Answer the questions from the worksheet, we will discuss on Monday, but you will be turning this in after the discussion so make sure you have done it.

**Download for the above worksheet**

atoms_and_isotopes.doc | |

File Size: | 41 kb |

File Type: | doc |

## More Practice with Isotopes

This assignment will give you more practice on Isotopes

## Downloadable Version of Isotopes Worksheet above

isotopesworksheet.doc | |

File Size: | 138 kb |

File Type: | doc |

## Periodic Table

Here is a Periodic Table to help with your assignments

## Downloadable Periodic Table

periodic_table.pdf | |

File Size: | 14 kb |

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## Calculating the Average Atomic Mass

You will need to know how to calculate the average atomic mass of an element based on the atomic mass and percent (%) abundance of an element. The following video will help you with calculating the average atomic mass of an element.

## Average Atomic Mass Worksheet

This assignment is due tomorrow

## Downloadable version of Average Atomic Mass Worksheet

average_atomic_mass_worksheet.doc | |

File Size: | 30 kb |

File Type: | doc |