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Which scientist thought the atom was a solid mass of positive and negative charges?
a) John Dalton b) JJ Thompson c) Niels Bohr d) Earnest Rutherford
Which scientist conducted the gold foil experiment?
a) Earnest Rutherford b) John Dalton c) Niels Bohr d) JJ Thompson
Which scientist discovered the nucleus of the atom?
a) Niels Bohr b) Earnest Rutherford c) John Dalton d) JJ Thompson
Which scientist proposed that electrons exist in energy levels?
a) Earnest Rutherford b) Niels Bohr c) John Dalton d) JJ Thompson
Which scientist thought that an atom was the smallest possible unit of matter?
a) Niels Bohr b) John Dalton c) JJ Thompson d) Earnest Rutherford
Which scientist thought all atoms of the same element were identical?
a) John Dalton b) Niels Bohr c) JJ Thompson d) Earnest Rutherford
Which scientist tough atoms of solids were prickly and atoms of liquids were smooth?
a) John Dalton b) Democritus c) JJ Thompson d) Earnest Rutherford
Which scientist was credited with be the first to propose the idea of atoms?
a) Democritus b) Earnest Rutherford c) John Dalton d) JJ Thompson
Which scientist based his idea of the atom on the mass of each element?
a) JJ Thompson b) Earnest Rutherford c) John Dalton d) Niels Bohr
Which scientist passed electric current though a gas and produced negatively charged rays?
a) John Dalton b) Niels Bohr c) Earnest Rutherford d) JJ Thompson
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