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AtomicStructure Test

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Who was the first philosopher to believe in the idea of the atom? Democritus
What was John Dalton's Model called? The Billiard Ball Model
What experiment did JJ Thompson do? The Cathode Ray Tube
What did JJ Thompson discover? The electron
What was JJ Thompson's model called? The Plum Pudding Model
What experiment did Ernest Rutherford do? The Gold Foil Experiment
What did Ernest Rutherford discover? An atom's nucleus
What was Ernest Rutherford's model called? The Nuclear Atomic Model
What is Niels Bohr's model called? The Planetary Model
Who discovered the Neutron? James Chadwick
Why was the discovery of the Neutron important? It led to the creation of Atomic Bombs and a Neutron is vital in maintaining the stability of an atom
Atomic Structure of a Proton 1 amu, +1 charge, inside nucleus
Atomic Structure of a Neutron 1 amu, 0 charge, inside nucleus
Atomic Structure of a Electron 0 amu, -1 charge, outside nucleus in rings
Created by: MLevy44