History of the Atomic Model. Review for Quiz. Match the Atomic Model to the Person who designed the model. Use the Models Above Niels Bohr John Dalton Ernst Rutherford J.J . Thomson. Niels Bohr - D John Dalton - A Ernst Rutherford - C J.J. Thomson - B. Use the Models Above
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Review for Quiz
Murray Gell- Mann and George Zweig
of Dalton's atomic model?
Atoms of different elements are different.
All atoms of the same element are identical.
Atoms combine to form compounds.
Atoms consist of positive particles and negative particles.
c. cloud for electrons
This result indicates that most of the volume of a gold atom consists of ____.
a. clouds of dust
d. empty space
(1) There are neutrons inside the nucleus.
(2) α particles are helium nucleus.
(3) Most of the mass is concentrated at the center of atom.
a. (3) only
b. (1) and (2) only
c. (2) and (3) only
d. (1), (2) and (3)
a. A basketball
b. A baseball
c. A ping-pong ball
d. A marble
a. one thousand years
b. a decade
c. a century
d. two thousand
a. electrons, neutrons, protons, quarks
b. electrons, protons, neutrons, quarks
c. protons, electrons, neutrons, quarks
d. quarks, protons, electrons, neutrons
a. Democritus, Dalton, Thomson, Chadwick, Bohr, Rutherford
b. Democritus, Dalton, Thomson, Rutherford, Bohr, Chadwick
c. Democritus, Thomson, Chadwick, Dalton, Rutherford, Bohr
d. Democritus, Thomson, Dalton, Chadwick, Bohr, Rutherford
a. Murray Gell-Mann
b. James Chadwick
c. Erwin Schrodinger
d. Neils Bohr
d. electron cloud
a. point A
b. point B
c. point C
d. point D
the fixed position of an electron.
the farthest point from the nucleus where an electron can be found.
a position where an electron probably exists.
d. a position where an electron cannot exist