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Comparing an object's physical properties could include measuring an object's __________. A) flammability B) volume C) reaction to chemicals
Weegy: Wow! What a question! You will find this helpful. User: Comparing an object's physical properties could include measuring an object's __________. A) flammability B) volume C) reaction to chemicals (More)
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B) volume is a physical property of an object.
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Rutherford hypothesized that, in his experiment, more alpha particles would be deflected if A. the nucleus of the atom decreased in size. B. the number of alpha particles decreased. C. the number of electrons increased. D. the nucleus of the atom increased in size.
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The "gold foil" experiment, what Rutherford referred to as the "alpha-scattering experiments", showed that atoms contain a small, dense, positively charged nucleus, and that atoms are mostly empty space. And by the way, the actual work was done by Ernest Marsden, under the direction of Hans Geiger. It was not "Rutherford's experiment". But Rutherford did come up with the explanation for the observations brought to him by Geiger and Marsden.

The "gold-foil" experiments showed absolutely nothing about any subatomic particles since only the electron was known in 1911 when the decisive paper on the nucleus was published. It was not till 1919 that Rutherford conclusively determined that nuclei contained protons, and it was not until 1932 that the neutron was confirmed by Chadwick.C. the number of electrons increased.
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The __________ of an object is the amount of physical matter it contains. A) mass B) density C) volume
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B) density
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The DENSITY of an object is the amount of physical matter it contains.
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