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"Henry Moseley later discovered the atomic number during his experiments with X-rays. The atomic number represents the number of electrons in an element; It differentiates elements from each other."
"A number of years later, James Chadwick announced that the core of an atom contained a new uncharged particle, which he called the neutron. He discovered this through his experiments with Beryllium atoms."
"Niels Bohr later proposed that electrons are arranged in concentric circular orbits around the nucleus like the solar system."
"In 1926, Erwin Schrodinger presented his Cat Thought Problem. He used mathematical equations to describe the likelihood of finding an electron in a certain position. He discovered that electrons don't orbit the nucleus; instead, the nucleus is surrounded by an electron cloud. He called this the Quantum Mechanical Model."
"And that brings us to today! Now your assignment is to put the information I have given you into a comic in a creative way. Good luck!"
"If you aren't making your students cry, you're doing it wrong."
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