Class Of Forensic And Investigative Sciences

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School of Forensic and Investigative Sciences Assessment Coversheet Module Code FZC007 Module Tutor Susan Jones Module Title Chemistry Student’s name Steven Winstanley Student ID Number G 2 0 6 3 2 8 0 1 Course/ Subject Applied Science (Foundation Year) Assignment Title/ Number FZC007 Assignment - Coursework ‘I confirm that this piece of work which I have submitted is all my own work and that all references and quotations from both primary and secondary sources have been fully identified and properly acknowledged in footnotes and bibliography.’ Signature: SJWinstanley Date: 12/04/2015 Submission Deadline 13/04/2015 Extension Agreed date: Extension Agreed by: Work submitted should be…show more content…
You may be asked to use this feedback to reflect upon your personal development (PDP). Upon receipt of the feedback from your module tutor, please complete below your reflections on this assessment for your future action. 1st Marker Signature Date Moderation signature** Date University of Central Lancashire School of Forensic and Investigative Sciences FZC007 Assignment – Coursework Assignment Details - Allocation of marks is indicated on sheet Q1. Illustrate an atom (using pen and paper – not a google image!). Label each part of the structure. (3 marks) Q2. Fill in the table of relative mass and charge (of the subatomic particles). Subatomic particle Relative charge +/- Relative mass Proton + 1 Neutron No Charge 1 Electron - 0 (3 marks) Q3. Given your answer to Q2, where is the mass of an atom concentrated? What is the rest of the atom made of? (2 marks) Mass of an atom is concentrated in the centre, or the nucleus. The rest of the atom is made up of the electron orbital around the nucleus, classed as empty space. Q4. Explain and give an example of mass number and atomic number. (2 marks) The mass number of an element is the total number of protons and neutrons in the nucleus, whereas the atomic number
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