This website uses cookies to ensure you get the best experience on our website. Privacy Policy OK

Atomic Structure

| See more in Earth Science

Learn the vocabulary associated with the structure of an atom

Created Date 02.12.17
Last Updated 02.13.17
Viewed 431 Times
Your browser doesn't support HTML5. System.Collections.Generic.List`1[System.String] System.Collections.Generic.List`1[System.String]
submit to reddit

Create multiple-choice games on Wisc-Online and play them on our Chakalaka mobile app!

But that's not all! Explore educational games created by others. Simply search by category or enter agame code number and dive into a world of learning and fun.

Download the Chakalaka mobile app here:
Topics of this game:
  • What is the charge of an electron
  • What is the charge of a proton?
  • What is the charge of a Neutron
  • Democratus said that matter could reach a point where it was atomos. Atomos is Greek for _____________
  • The square of the distance that charges are apart determines the force of the push or pull between the charges
  • Objects charged with the same type of charge will push each other away. This is referred to as _________
  • Objects charged with different type of charges will draw toward each other. This is referred to as _________
  • An element cannot be chemically subdivided into other elements. The smallest amount of an element is a(n) _____
  • The three principle parts of an atom are
  • The atomic number of an element is the number of _____ in the nucleus.
  • The valance shell of an atom is the _____ shell.
  • A conductor is normally made of atoms with _____ electrons in the valance shell.
  • Electricity can be thought of the flow of __________________
  • An insulator is normally an atom with _____ electrons in the valance shell.
  • A semiconductor is normally an atom with _____ electrons in the valance shell.
  • What is the term for an amount of charge equal to 6.25 x 1018 electrons?
  • A flow of one coulomb per second past a point in a circuit describes a(n)___________
  • The unit of electromotive force is the _____
  • The unit of resistance is the _________
  • The unit of electrical power is the