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Caboose38924 09-17-2006 10:19 AM

Well, even a mentor needs help every once and a while.
Hello eveyone,:)
Sorry I havent been on in a while, and this year I will be a more active participant in the website and forums. I miss this site dearly and am so excited to contribute in any way possible!!!:D Well, here is my request. I have a new science teacher this year for Physical Science, and the first marking quarter project is to make a atomic structure of the element assigned to you. I have recieved the hardest element in the class to build considering that its atomic number is 30, which means there are 30 protons and neutrons in its atomic structure. Does anyone know what would be good materials to use in order to make this project an A+ project? Help from the mentors/anyone with a good idea would be great! please post below or send a private message to me, or contact me at [email][/email]. Do not abuse my email address, only use it for contributing helpful information about this project.(and other projects as well). I dont mind friendly emails, but just dont spam me with those emails that you all know of that say "send this to 'X' amount of people and your wish will come true", not because I dont like them, but because I get to distracted by them and do whatever they say. Thank you everyone for your cooperation and hope to talk to you all soon!


smartypants_06 09-25-2006 02:06 PM

I can help you !
Hello my name is Tiaira and will be more than happy to help you with your project and I will make sure you have an A+ project. Just E-mail me at [email][/email]. Hope to hear from you soon

Sincerely, Tiaira

science ace #1 09-25-2006 07:53 PM

A++ Ideas??
HEY!:) Is Your ATomic Structure Supposed to be a model? Sorry I was raeding fast. Well you COULD use styrofoam for the Protons && Neutrons. You can Get the mini kind from any craft shop. Just paint the protons && the Neutrons different colours. You could also weave them into some sort of thick wire so they do not move from their position.

Hope this gave you SOME ideas!!


ps.PM me if you need more details!!:lightbulb:

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