Why is learning about the atom important….?. The atom was considered to be an “imaginary” thing, something that people laughed at! Roosevelt trusted Einstein, and funded his secret research known as the “Manhattan Project”
In Hiroshima, of a resident civilian population of 250 000 it was estimated that 45 000 died on the first day and a further 19 000 during the subsequent four months. In Nagasaki, out of a population of 174 000, 22 000 died on the first day and another 17 000 within four months. Over 90% of each city was destroyed.
Only two atomic bombs have ever been used in wartime history - The U.S. used them both against Japan to end World War II….
The first video shows one of the actual bombs being detonated….The second, the first testing of a “Hydrogen” Bomb…
Experiments in Atomic Structure
charges were part of the atom,
or part of matter!
Why do you think it was the first to be discovered……?
What causes the beam to move to each point….?
Black and White…..
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Why do atoms give off radiation, then?
What is happening? Why are the alpha particles bouncing off?
How the neutron was discovered…