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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.
C. the chemical and physical properties of an element correlate with its mass and size.
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