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Q: Which of the following was not a part of Dalton's atomic theory? A. All elements are made of atoms. B. Atoms are always moving. C. Atoms of the same element have similar mass and size.
D. Atoms combine in simple ratios.
A: The answer is: B. Atoms are always moving.
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User: Which of the following was not a part of Dalton's atomic theory? A. All elements are made of atoms. B. Atoms are always moving. C. Atoms of the same element have similar mass and size. D. Atoms combine in simple ratios.

Weegy: The answer is: B. Atoms are always moving.
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User: Rutherford's experiment showed that subatomic particles A. all have similar sizes and characteristics. B. do not influence the behavior of an atom. C. are the same size and shape as the atom. D. don't take up most of the space in an atom.

Weegy: Rutherford's experiment showed that subatomic particles B. do not influence the behavior of an atom
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User: Rutherford's experiment showed that some substances allowed alpha particles to pass through them ________ frequently. He theorized this happened because the nuclei were ________. A. more, smaller B. less, smaller C. more, the same size D. less, the same size

Weegy: B. less, smaller
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User: When Rutherford discovered the atomic nucleus it helped develop which of the following ideas about the atom? A. Protons, neutrons, and electrons were evenly distributed throughout the atom. B. The nucleus contained protons, neutrons and electrons. C. The nucleus contained neutrons. D. The nucleus contained positively-charged particles.

Weegy: A. Protons, neutrons, and electrons were evenly distributed throughout the atom.
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User: Dalton was one of the first scientists to experimentally prove that A. the nucleus and the electron have different electrical charges. B. most of the atom is made of "empty space". C. the chemical and physical properties of an element correlate with its mass and size. D. the atom is composed of smaller pieces.

Weegy: Answer is C. the chemical and physical properties of an element correlate with its mass and size. It is deduced from following site:
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User: Dalton was one of the first scientists to experimentally prove that A. the nucleus and the electron have different electrical charges. B. most of the atom is made of "empty space". C. the chemical and physical properties of an element correlate with its mass and size. D. the atom is composed of smaller pieces.

Weegy: Answer is C. the chemical and physical properties of an element correlate with its mass and size. It is deduced from following site:
seehra|Points 174|

User: Which parts of Dalton's atomic theory had to be revised? A. Atoms are tiny indivisible particles. B. Atoms of the same element are identical. C. Compounds are molecules made by uniting atoms. D. Atoms of different elements can combine with one another in simple ratios.

Weegy: A. Atoms are tiny indivisible particles.
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