History of development of atoms
Updated: 5/26/2021
History of development of atoms

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  • Good day to all! By the way, I'am Aira and there are people here that I would like to introduce so that we can learn about Ancient Atomic Theory
  • Hi! I'm Democritus. I'm a Greek scholar who is best known for my atomic theory although I'm also an outstanding geometer.
  • Hello, I'm John Dalton. I'm an English chemist, physicist and meteorologist. I'm best known for introducing the atomic theory into chemistry, and for his research into colour blindness, sometimes referred to as Daltonism in my honour.
  • Hi, I'm J.J. Thomson. I'm an English physicist who enabled revolutionize the knowledge of atomic structure by my discovery of the electron (1897).
  • I'm Ernest Rutherford. I'm known for my pioneering studies of radioactivity and the atom. I discovered that there are two types of radiation, alpha and beta particles, coming from uranium.
  • Hi people! I'm Neil Bohr. In 1913, I proposed a theory for the hydrogen atom, based on quantum theory that some physical quantities only take discrete values. I also found out that the nucleus encircled by orbiting electrons at different energy levels.