Atoms from A to easy!
Electron orbitals. Diagonal rule. Dot diagrams. The periodic table. There's so much to know about the tiniest building blocks of life (atoms).
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You can create an animation just like this. Check out SAM animation here.Just how small are atoms? And what's inside them? The answers turn out to be astounding, even for those who think they know. This fast-paced animation uses spectacular metaphors (imagine a blueberry the size of a football stadium!) to give a visceral sense of the building blocks that make our world.Powers of Ten takes us on an adventure in magnitudes. Starting at a picnic by the lakeside in Chicago, this famous film transports us to the outer edges of the universe and back to the very smallest parts of the known universe.This website has a unique video for every element on the periodic table.Chemical processes have always been part of life. They enable our bodies to function and are the basis of countless substances and processes we take for granted. This intriguing book explores the world's natural chemistry - how we understand and exploit it. DK Eyewitness Book: Chemistry by Ann Newmark Atoms and molecules reveals the inner workings of the atom and includes the background to some historic discoveries and inventions, such as the atom bomb. It also looks at the latest scientific developments, including atomic art and atom's role in the search for a cure for aids. Atoms and Moldecules by Phil Roxbee-CoxTheodore Gray's book, The Elements, is based on photographs he's been collecting for many years. Check out a really cool website with some of the photographs and some really cool interactive material here.From friendly dolphins to giant pandas, from icebergs and glaciers to energy from the sun, from magnets to solids, liquids, and gases, Rookie Read-About books cover every part of the science curricula. Check out this really neat book about atoms: What are atoms? by Lisa Trumbauer