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Position and Behavior of Electrons

Position and Behavior of Electrons

Rutherford Atomic Model #1 Introduction: Electrons are the negatively charged particles surrounding the nucleus of the atom. The exist in different levels of energy called rings, with each ring being able to hold a different number of electrons.

The diagram above shows one of the models that was created to describe the structure of an atom and the position of the electrons.

Directions for this Lesson: Answer the practice questions and then watch the video to learn more about where electrons exist and how they behave.

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