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Rutherford's experiment conflicted with Thomson's model because it showed that A. the atom contains positively and negatively charged particles. B. the atom is composed of mostly empty
space. C. the atom is full of a positively charged substance. D. the atom contains a nucleus with protons and neutrons.
D. the atom contains a nucleus with protons and neutrons.
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User: Rutherford's experiment conflicted with Thomson's model because it showed that A. the atom contains positively and negatively charged particles. B. the atom is composed of mostly empty space. C. the atom is full of a positively charged substance. D. the atom contains a nucleus with protons and neutrons.

Weegy: D. the atom contains a nucleus with protons and neutrons.
Fanboy|Points 2821|

User: J. J. Thomson, a British physicist, was the first to identify the A. atomic theory. B. proton. C. neutron. D. electron.

Weegy: British physicist J. J. Thomson was the first to identify the C. electron
akiesha|Points 60|

User: Thomson's experiments were significant in that they questioned A. whether matter is made up of atoms. B. whether the atom has a positive or negative charge. C. whether atoms will form compounds with other atoms. D. whether the atom could be broken up into smaller units

Weegy: D. whether the atom could be broken up into smaller units.
seehra|Points 204|

User: Which of these is not true about the proton? A. When a neutral hydrogen atom loses an electron, the proton remains. B. A proton is about 2000 times heavier than an electron. C. Electrons surrounding atoms get pulled into the nucleus by protons. D. Protons exist within the nuclei of atoms.

Weegy: When a neutral hydrogen atom loses an electron, the proton remains.
Expert answered|jeifunk|Points 9518|

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