After too much of my efforts and a lot of work, I think my ideas are finally clear. Thanks to my experiments with the cathode ray tube, I finally discovered something. I will call it, electron.
The model of an atom does not account for negatively or positively charged particles, the atom was a sphere but the positive and negative charges were embedded within it, the atom is formed by charged particles. What else can I add? I guess I will be thinking and writing all night
In 1897, Joseph Jhon Thomson discovered the electron. He started making experiments with the cathode ray tube. He demonstrated that the cathode rays were negatively charged.
I will propose the plum pudding structure. The negative electrons are going to represent the raisins in the pudding and the dough will contain the positive charge.
He started writing all of his discoveries and theories of what he thought in a book.
He was very tired of all his efforts and experiments that he was doing so he ended up sleeping.
Thomson's model of the atom did explain some of the electrical properties of the atom due to the electrons but failed to recognize the positive charges in the atom as particles.