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Chemistry People

Credited with being the first to say that the atom was the fundamental particle of matter. Democritus
Credited with being the first to prove that the atom was the fundamental particle of matter using the scientific method. John Dalton
Used the gold foil experiment to prove that the nucleus of an atom was small, dense and positively charged. Rutherford, Marsden and Geiger
Discovered the electron using the cathode ray tube. J.J. Thompson
Discovered the proton. Eugene Goldstien, Ernest Rutherford, or Wilhelm Wein
Discovered the nuetron. James Chadwick
Determined the charge and mass of the electron using the oil drop experiment. Robert Milikan
Discovered that uranium will expose a photographic plate (X-ray). Henri Becquerel
Discovered radium and polonium. Marie and Pierre Curie
Related mass and energy in the equation E=mc2. Albert Einstein
Credited with discovering the Law of Conservation of Mass. Antoine Lavoisier (1782)
Credited with discovering the Law of Definite Proportions. Joseph Proust (1799)
Air, fire, water and earth. He was believed more than Democritus. Aristotle
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