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Bohr's model of the atom included which idea? a. All atoms of all elements are the same size. b. Electrons orbit the nucleus like planets around the sun. c. Atoms are solid and featureless. d. Atoms cannot be broken down into smaller units.
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Bohr's model of the atom included which idea? a. All atoms of all elements are the same size. b. Electrons orbit the nucleus like planets around the sun. c. Atoms are solid and featureless. d. Atoms cannot be broken down into smaller units.
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The smallest particle of an element that retains the properties of that element is a(n) ____. a. atom c. proton b. electron d. neutron
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Atomic theory that states that atoms are featureless and solid: a. Modern c. Democritus’ b. Dalton’s d. none of the above
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Atomic theory that states that atoms are featureless and solid belongs Dalton’s.
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The quantum mechanical model of the atom ____.
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The quantum mechanical model is based on mathematics.
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