Physics Worksheets and Study Guides High School. Atomic and Nuclear Physics

The resources above correspond to the standards listed below:

Mississippi Standards

MS.BI. Biology I
BI.2. Physical Science: Describe the biochemical basis of life and explain how energy flows within and between the living systems.
2.a. Explain and compare with the use of examples the types of bond formation (e.g., covalent, ionic, hydrogen, etc.) between or among atoms. (DOK 2)
2.a.1. Subatomic particles and arrangement in atoms
MS.C. Chemistry
C.2. Physical Science: Demonstrate an understanding of the atomic model of matter by explaining atomic structure and chemical bonding.
2.c. Develop a model of atomic and nuclear structure based on theory and knowledge of fundamental particles. (DOK 2)
2.c.1. Properties and interactions of the three fundamental particles of the atom
C.3. Physical Science: Develop an understanding of the periodic table.
3.b. Analyze patterns and trends in the organization of elements in the periodic table and compare their relationship to position in the periodic table. (DOK 2)
3.b.1. Atomic number, atomic mass, mass number, and number of protons, electrons, and neutrons in isotopes of elements
MS.PH. Physics
PH.6. Physical Science: Analyze and explain concepts of nuclear physics.
6.a. Analyze and explain the principles of nuclear physics. (DOK 1)
6.a.1. The mass number and atomic number of the nucleus of an isotope of a given chemical element
MS.PS. Physical Science
PS.4. Physical Science: Develop an understanding of the atom.
4.a. Cite evidence to summarize the atomic theory. (DOK 1)
4.a.3. Building blocks of matter (e.g., proton, neutron, and electron) and elementary particles (e.g., positron, mesons, neutrinos, etc.)