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Autobiographies deal with real events and people that affected a writer’s life. A. True B. False
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Autobiographies deal with real events and people that affected a writer’s life. TRUE.
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Which of the following statements is NOT true? A. Atoms are mostly empty space. B. The nucleus of an atom has a positive charge. C. Atoms of the same element can have different masses. D. Atoms of isotopes of an element have different numbers of protons.
Weegy: Atoms of the same elements has to have same mass, or they would be different elements Nucleus of an atom always has a positive charge Atoms of isotopes of an element have different number of neutrons (not protons) Atoms are indeed mostly empty space, [ nucleus is very small, and electrons are even smaller than it So your best answer would be A. ] (More)
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Atoms of isotopes of an element have different numbers of protons, is NOT a true statement.

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Complete the following statement according to Bohr’s model of the atom. An electron in an orbit has a fixed _____. A. position B. energy C. color D. size
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In the Bohr model of the atom, an electron in an orbit has a fixed energy.
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What is the basis for exceptions to the Aufbau diagram? A. Filled- and half-filled energy sublevels are more stable than partially-filled energy sublevels. B. Electron configurations are only probable. C. Electron spins are more important than energy levels in determining electron configuration. D. Some elements have unusual atomic orbitals.
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Filled and half-filled energy sublevels are more stable than partially-filled energysublevels is the basis for exceptions to the aufbau diagram.

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