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If you want to build molecules , you will need atoms from different elements. Elements are the alphabet in the language of molecules. Each element is a little bit different from the rest. Atoms are defined as the smallest units of matter that have the properties of an individual element.

Are there pieces of matter smaller than an atom? Atoms are made up of smaller and even smaller particles of matter. The electrons in a gold Au atom are the same as the electrons in an atom of neon Ne. In chemistry , we like to study atoms because the Universe revolves around the properties of elements, not necessarily the properties of an electron or proton.

You know that bar is made of matter because everything is made of matter. Because it is pure gold, there are only gold atoms in the bar. If you only had one atom of gold in your hand, it would have the same properties as every other gold atom in that bar.

But what if you only had one electron from a gold atom? That electron would not have the properties of gold anymore. It would just be an electron doing electron stuff. The atom is the smallest unit that has the properties of an element.

We can teach you about the general structure of an atom, but you need to study atoms from different elements to really learn how atoms work. Common Elements Let's work with the alphabet idea again. If you read a book, you will find words on each page. Letters make up those words. In English, we only have twenty-six letters, but we can make thousands of words.

In chemistry , you are working with almost elements. When you combine them, you can make millions of different molecules. Pressed us to her with the serf' ous way she read, to shove us away at just the moment, like dimwits, we seemed about to understand.

Dee wanted nice things. A yellow organdy dress to wear to her grad. She was determined to stare down any disaster in her efforts. Her eyelids would not flicker for minutes at a time. Often I fought off the temptation to shake her. At sixteen she had a style of her own: I never had an education myself.

After second grade the school was closed down. Don't ask my why: Sometimes Maggie reads to me. She stumbles along good. She knows she is not bright. Like good looks and money, quickness passes her by.

She will marry John Thomas who has mossy teeth in an earnest face and then I'll be free to sit here and I guess just sing church songs to myself. Although I never was a good singer.

Never could carry a tune. I was always better at a man's job. I used to love to milk till I was hooked in the side in ' Cows are soothing and slow and don't bother you, unless you try to milk them the wrong way. I have deliberately turned my back on the house.

It is three rooms, just like the one that burned, except the roof is tin; they don't make shingle roofs any more. There are no real windows, just some holes cut in the sides, like the portholes in a ship, but not round and not square, with rawhide holding the shutters up on the outside. This house is in a pasture, too, like the other one. No doubt when Dee sees it she will want to tear it down.

She wrote me once that no matter where we "choose" to live, she will manage to come see us. But she will never bring her friends. Maggie and I thought about this and Maggie asked me, "Mama, when did Dee ever have any friends? She had a few. Furtive boys in pink shirts hanging about on washday after school. Nervous girls who never laughed.

Impressed with her they worshiped the well. She read to them. When she was courting Jimmy T she didn't have much time to pay to us, but turned all her faultfinding power on him. He flew to marry a cheap city girl from a family of ignorant flashy people. She hardly had time to recompose herself. Maggie attempts to make a dash for the house, in her shuffling way, but I stay her with my hand. And she stops and tries to dig a well in the sand with her toe.

It is hard to see them clearly through the strong sun. But even the first glimpse of leg out of the car tells me it is Dee. Her feet were always neat. From the other side of the car comes a short, stocky man. Hair is all over his head a foot long and hanging from his chin like a kinky mule tail. I hear Maggie suck in her breath. Like when you see the wriggling end of a snake just in front of your foot on the road. A dress down to the ground, in this hot weather. A dress so loud it hurts my eyes.

There are yellows and oranges enough to throw back the light of the sun. I feel my whole face warming from the heat waves it throws out. Earrings gold, too, and hanging down to her shoul. Bracelets dangling and making noises when she moves her arm up to shake the folds of the dress out of her armpits. The dress is loose and flows, and as she walks closer, I like it. I hear Maggie go "Uhnnnh" again. It is her sister's hair. It stands straight up like the wool on a sheep.

It is black as night and around the edges are two long pigtails that rope about like small lizards disappearing behind her ears. The short stocky fellow with the hair to his navel is all grinning and he follows up with "Asalamalakim, my mother and sister!

I feel her trembling there and when I look up I see the perspiration falling off her chin. Since I am stout it takes something of a push. You can see me trying to move a second or two before I make it.

She turns, showing white heels through her sandals, and goes back to the car. Out she peeks next with a Polaroid. She stoops down quickly and lines up picture after picture of me sitting there in front of the house with Maggie cowering behind me. She never takes a shot without mak' ing sure the house is included. When a cow comes nibbling around the edge of the yard she snaps it and me and Maggie and the house.

Then she puts the Polaroid in the back seat of the car, and comes up and kisses me on the forehead. Meanwhile Asalamalakim is going through motions with Maggie's hand. Maggie's hand is as limp as a fish, and probably as cold, despite the sweat, and she keeps trying to pull it back.

It looks like Asalamalakim wants to shake hands but wants to do it fancy. Or maybe he don't know how people shake hands. Anyhow, he soon gives up on Maggie. Dicie is my sister. We called her "Big Dee" after Dee was born. Though, in fact, I probably could have carried it back beyond the Civil War through the branches. He just stood there grinning, looking down on me like somebody inspecting a Model A car. Every once in a while he and Wangero sent eye signals over my head.

Well, soon we got the name out of the way. Asalamalakim had a name twice as long and three times as hard. After I tripped over it two or three times he told me to just call him Hakim. I wanted to ask him was he a barber, but I didn't really think he was, so I didn't ask. They said "Asalamalakim" when they met you, too, but they didn't shake hands. When the white folks poisoned some of the herd the men stayed up all night with rifles in their hands.

I walked a mile and a half just to see the sight. We sat down to eat and right away he said he didn't eat collards and pork was unclean. Wangero, though, went on through the chitlins and com bread, the greens and everything else. She talked a blue streak over the sweet potatoes. Even the fact that we still used the benches her daddy made for the table when we couldn't effort to buy chairs.

Then turned to Hakim. You can feel the rump prints," she said, running her hands underneath her and along the bench. Then she gave a sigh and her hand closed over Grandma Dee's butter dish.

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