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In J.J. Thomson’s experiments he was able to bend the cathode ray (which travels in a straight line) by applying either an electric field or a magnetic field. By finding the displacement of the ray he was able to calculate electric charge mass ratio the electron. And later that they were associated with the proton H+

using the cathode ray tube he presented 3 hypotheses
Using the Cathode Ray Tube, he presented 3 hypotheses:
  • Cathode rays are charged particles
  • These charged particles are part of the atom.
  • These particles are the only constituents of the atom
thomson s model of the atom 1904
Thomson’s Model of the Atom (1904)

He described his atom as tiny negatively charged electrons that are embedded in a cloud of positive charge. He imagined the electrons are bits of plum in plum pudding.

Today it is also explained to resemble a blueberry muffin or raisin pudding.

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Prior Knowledge

Remember it was J.J. Thomson who identified that the atom was composed of positive and negative charges and had proposed that the atom was a solid mass of these particles.

significant contributions to atomic theory 1900 1930
Significant Contributions to Atomic Theory 1900 -> 1930
  • 1909 – 11 E. Rutherford, H. Geiger
  • 1913 R. A. Millikan
  • 1913 H. Moseley
  • 1919 N. Bohr
  • 1931 J. Chadwick
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“It was quite the most incredible event that has ever happened in my life. It was almost as incredible as if you fired a 15 inch shell at a piece of tissue paper and it came back and hit you.” Ernest Rutherford

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The End of Group 3’s Presentation

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“Closing the book on Atomic Theory?”