Another Chemistry lesson...
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The specific location of each electron in an atom is called its "address."

Atoms differ from one another because the 118 elements on the Periodic Chart contain different numbers of Electrons in their orbits around their nucleus.

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The five parts can be arranged to form a clock-like location for the electrons in any atom.  Once the atomic number is known, each electron has an address into the atom which can be read off in order around the clock.

The Cube has a space for every electron-address

The 2-D representation of the cube make writing and note taking easy as lessons are discussed.
Here we see the names of the Chemical Families on the Periodic Chart ordered and organized graphically.

The student notebook leaflet

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