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This worksheet covers electron dots and Bohr models. <p/> Instructions: First draw the Bohr Model for each of the following elements. Please use the symbol on the left. Now, for every valence electron (electron in the outermost energy level), please put 1 dot around the symbol on the right. You can never have more than 2 dots on a side. <p/> <p>This resource is part of the <b><a href="http://www.curriki.org/xwiki/bin/view/Coll_rmlucas/Chemistry "> Chemistry</a></b> course which contains units on Lab Setup and Safety; Nomenclature; Chemical Reactions and Balancing; Metric Systems & Conversions; Periodic Table and Trends; Atomic Structure; Nuclear Chemistry; Acids, Bases, & Salts; Bonding; Percent Composition; Solutions, Molarity, and Concentrations; Stoichiometry; Energy; Gas Laws; Reaction Rates and Equilibrium; Electron Configuration; and Redox Reactions. </p>
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Sentence 1 should read:
"1) What do you notice about the number of dots as you go across the periodic table?"
Agree with Ella a key would be nice.
do you have a key?