How to Draw an Atom?


Start with a large circle for the center of the atom. Next draw a series of vertical lines that go through the center of the atom. These lines are going to be the cloud for the electrons. You can find more information here:
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How to Draw an Atom
Atoms are not the smallest building blocks of matter: Smaller particles called quarks exist, but an atom is one of the simpler designs to draw on paper. The Refined Bohr model of an atom shows the nucleus surrounded by rings---or shells---of electrons.... More »
Difficulty: Moderately Easy
Drawing an atom is pretty easy. It is basically a bunch of same-size rectangles crossing over each other at different angles, with some added balls or circles. You can find more information here:
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