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The scientist that discovered electrons
a) Democritus
b) Dalton
c) Thomson
d) Rutherford

The scientist that used a gold-foil experiment to learn about atoms
a) Dalton
b) Thomson
c) Rutherford
d) Aristotle

Lead has an atomic number of 82. How many protons does it contain?
a) 164
b) 41
c) 82

The force in an atom that keep protons in the nucleus
a) weak
b) strong
c) electromagnetic
d) gravitational

The force in an atom that is important in radioactive atoms
a) weak
b) strong
c) electromagnetic
d) gravitational

You can identify each isotope of an element by
a) its mass number
b) its atomic number
c) its neutrons
d) its electrons

An atom becomes a positively charged ion when it
a) loses a proton
b) loses an electron
c) loses a neutron

This represents the current atomic theory
a) plum-pudding model
b) chocolate- sundae model
c) electron-cloud model

Protons and neutrons are made up of smaller particles called
a) nebula
b) novas
c) quarks

Democritus's ideas of atoms were not accepted because of this man
a) Rutherford
b) Bohr
c) Galelio
d) Aristotle

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