Chantelle, Ajani, Sybil, Ivan, and J.L.
Questions 10-19

10. The electrons that contain the least amount of energy is located in the first electron shell. In Modern Atomic Theory, Bohr's findings consisted the energy levels of each shell. It was found that the first shell consisted the least amount of energy and the most outer shell consisted the greatest amount of energy. He's findings also consisted that when electrons from the outer shell moves to the most is releases energy, in the form of light.

11. The total amounts of protons in the atom of gold-198 is 79 atomic mass units, because the the atomic number of gold is 79amu, and the atomic number is equvilent to the number of protons in an atom.

12. The subatomic particles in the nucleus of a neon atom are Protons and Neutrons. Because in Modern atomic Theory, Rutherford's Gold Foil experiments proved that there the atom was consisted mostly of empty space except in the center which contained Protons (which has a charge of positive 1) and Neutrons (which contains a neutral charge, or no charge).

13. The proton had a charge opposite to and eletron. A proton has a charge of positive one while an electron has a charge of negative 1.

14. The direct result of the gold foil experiment, is that an atom is mostely empty space with a dense, positively charged nucleus. This experiment was done by Neil Bohr

15. The electron configuration for sulfur in its ground state is 2-8-6 which is states in the Periodic table.

16. Carbon-14 isotopic notation is written with a 14 (which represents the Atomic mass) on the upper left and a 6 (which represents the Atomic number, and proves that its is still a carbon atom) on the lower left side of the Element.

17. The statement "Arsenic has an atomic number of 33" identifies the element Arsenic. This fact is stated in the Periodic table

18. Kr-85 (krypton-85) decays as a beta-particle, which is stated in Table N in row 12.

19. Neutron, positron, and an alpha particle is listed in order of increasing charge. A neutron has no charge, a positron has a charge of positive 1, and an alpha particle has a charge of 2. This information is found on table O. The charge is listed on the lower left side of the symbol in the notation column.