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Because the protons are positive and the neutrons have no charge, the net charge of an atom’s nucleus is positive. ✓ Clouds of electrons surround the nucleus. Electrons carry a negative charge but have no mass. Atoms become ions when they gain or lose electrons. In other words, ions are essentially charged atoms. Positive (+) ions have more protons than electrons; negative (–) ions have more electrons than protons. Positive and negative charges attract one another, allowing atoms to form bonds, as explained in the later “Molecules, Compounds, and Bonds” section.

Then” statement. 3. Decide on your experimental treatment, what you’ll measure, and how often you’ll make measurements. The condition you alter in your experiment is your experimental variable. The changes you measure are your responding variables. 4. Create two groups for your experiment: an experimental group and a control group. The experimental group receives the experimental treatment; in other words, you vary one condition that might affect this group. The control group should be as similar as possible to your experimental group, but it shouldn’t receive the experimental treatment.

Any factor that can be changed in an experiment is called a variable. Three kinds of variables are especially important to consider when designing experiments: ✓ Experimental variables: The factor you want to test is an experimental variable (also called an independent variable). ✓ Responding variables: The factor you measure is the responding variable (also called a dependent variable). ✓ Controlled variables: Any factors that you want to remain the same between the treatments in your experiment are controlled variables.

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