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Q: 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
A: Ernest rutherfird develop the idea that the atom has nucleus by using gold foil and alpha particles. [ Basically He shot the poistive laser to the gold foil which contains positive and negitive, and he saw the reflection of it and it tells us that there is positive charge to reflect positive laser with is proton. J.J Thomson already discover the newtron, who has negative charge. Then he figured
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