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Atomic Structure

Chemistry; 10th; atomic structure; chapter 5

what is an atom? Smallest particle of an element
who discovered electrons? J.J. Thomson
who discovered protons & neutrons ? Eugene Goldstein
what does daltons model look like? tiny, invisible particles with no internal structure
What did Thomson's model look like? Negatively charged particles are distributed throughout a uniform positive charge.
what does Rutherford's model look like? small dense positively charged nucleus with the electrons moving around the nucleus
what did Bohr's model look like? electrons ove in a circular orbit at fixed distances from the nucleus
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