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Plum Pudding Model of the Atom aka "Raisin Bun Model"
a) Dalton
b) rutherford
c) Thomson
d) Einstein

Quantum Mechanical Model
a) Schrodinger Heisenberg Einstein
b) Schrodinger Heisenberg Nagaoka
c) Schrodinger Einstein Curie
d) Heisenberg Einstein Chadwick

Indestructible particle with no internal structure "Billiard Ball"
a) Rutherford
b) Bohr
c) Thomson
d) Dalton

Discovered Neutrons
a) Nagaoka
b) Chadwick
c) Rutherford
d) deBroglie

Electrons had wave-like properties
a) Rutherford
b) Chadwick
c) Bohr
d) deBroglie

Circular Orbits at fixed distances from the nucleus
a) Bohr
b) Rutherford
c) Einstein
d) Heisenberg

Mathematical Equations that lead to electron cloud model
a) Dalton
b) Thomson
c) Schrodinger
d) Heisenberg

Small Dense Nucleus
a) Einstein
b) Thomson
c) Rutherford
d) Bohr

Most up to date model of the atom....using orbitals spd and f
a) spectral lines
b) Plum Pudding Model
c) Nagaoka
d) Quantum mechanics

Humphrey Davy
a) discovered the atom
b) used the battery to break apart ionic salts
c) quantum mechanical model of the atom
d) friend of Rutherford

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