The famous scientists that discovered the atom

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  • After doing a lot of experiments with chemicals and elements, and heard about what do J.J Thompson discovered, the British physicist and chemist named Ernest Rutherford discovered that the atom had a charged nucleus which was being surrounded by electrons. He knew that we could find them anywhere.
  • It is true that in us and in all stuff have many small atoms with positive, neutral, and negative charges inside of them, even though there are very hard to see.
  • After Ernest Rutherford tell his theory, he influenced many physicists by being more inspired on investigating more about matter.
  • After I discovered that the atom had a charged nucleus being surrounded by electrons, my theory is that in us and in all stuff have many small atoms with positive, neutral, and negative charges inside of them, even though there are very hard to see.
  • Then, another person which was a physicist named Bohr, discovered in a more organized and specific way the structure of the atom. His main contribution of physics was the atomic model. He now knew that the electrons were in separated orbits traveling around the nucleus, while the nucleus have protons and neutrons.
  • Of what I have discovered, specifically the protons (positive charges) and neutrons (neutral charges) are more inside of the atom in it's nucleus while the electrons (negative charges) are surrounding the nucleus by traveling separately in orbits.
  • After Bohr's theory was known, he became famous in when the chemists invented and discovered a new element, and as an idea, they put his name for the element.
  • It is awesome that I became famous for my theory like this.
  • After Bohr tell his theory, in 1925 a man named Werner Heisenberg formulated and developed a type of quantum mechanics based on matrices. In 1927, he tell his proposal ''uncertainty relation'', which talks about the settling limits of how precisely the velocity and position of a particle can be simultaneously determined.
  • Then, a German physicist named Werner Heisenberg, wanted to make fundamental contributions to the quantum theory such as finding the formulation of quantum mechanics and for asserting the uncertainty principle.
  • Then, a German physicist named Werner Heisenberg, wanted to make fundamental contributions to the quantum theory such as finding the formulation of quantum mechanics and for asserting the uncertainty principle.
  • As a consequence, Werner got a prize because he discovered the creation of quantum mechanics, which help others to find the discovery of the allotropic forms of hydrogen.
  • Wo-hoo. Good for me that I get the prize. I should be proud of myself.
  • I'm telling to you that my theory can be true because I have been researching about it by studying it's structure and by also using my resources.
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