This course covers the material of content category 4E of the official MCAT exam content outline.
The idea that matter is made up of individual and indivisible parts (atoms) originated in ancient Greece and is attributed to the polymath Democritus. This idea has continued to evolve throughout history. The discovery of the fundamental particles of an atom—namely protons, neutrons, and electrons—was one of the most prominent milestones in science, showing us that a component once thought indivisible could actually be divided further. Recently, the planetary model of the atom has been replaced by the atomic orbital theory, which better describes electrons and chemical bonds.
In this course, the student will be introduced to atoms and their components, nuclear decay, electronic structure, and the chemical characteristics of atoms. For optimal comprehension, the student is expected to have a college-level understanding of chemistry and physics.
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