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Today I will be discussing Ernest Rutherford and Rutherford's Atomic Model
This is a image of what Rutherford's model looked like.
In 1899, Ernest Rutherford of Manchester University discovered alpha particles, create bright spots when they strike on a zinc sulfide coated screen, the positively charged helium ions emitted from uranium like radioactive substance.
Additionally, Rutherford came up with an more updated model in 1911 known as “Nuclear Atomic Model” and/or “Planetary Model of Atom”.
He created this model in order to resolve issues with his prior model.
Eventually , Rutherford's Atomic Model succeeded to replace Thomson’s Plum Pudding model given by English Physicist Sir J.J. Thomson.
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