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Model of the atom MatchUp

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Drag each of the top boxes to its matching pair. You must match all the pairs before clicking ‘Check’.

Nuclear model
Periodic table
Atomic number
Mass number
Fractional distillation
Energy level
Relative atomic mass
Plum pudding model
The smallest part of an element that can exist
The chemical elements arranged in atomic number in rows and groups
A substance containing at least two elements bonded together
At least two substances that are not chemically joined together
A particle with a positive charge and a relative mass of 1
A particle with no charge and a relative mass of 1
A very small particle with a negative charge
Used to separate mixtures depending on their boiling points
The number of protons and neutrons in an atom
The number of protons in an atom
The region surrounding the nucleus of an atom that electrons occupy
Represents an atom as a ball of positive charge with embedded electrons
Represents an atom as a charged centre where the mass is concentrated
The average mass of an atom, taking account of its isotopes
An atom with the same number of protons but a different number of neutrons

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