Andrew Nassur Chemistry Bonus 2
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However, two points in my atomic theory have been proved wrong.
What?! Which ones?!
In the second statement of my theory, I said that atoms of a given element are identical in size, mass, and other properties. However, that is not true.
What?! So you lied to us?!
I didn't lie, but future studies have found that different isotopes of the same element have a different size, mass, and other properties, than the other isotopes of that element.
Oh, that explains why my friend, who has more neutrons than me, weighs more than me!
The other part of my theory that is incorrect is that atoms cannot be subdivided or destroyed. Atoms can be subdivided into smaller particles called proton, neutrons, and electrons. They can also be destroyed, as declared by Albert Einstein.
So I can be divided into even smaller pieces? Wow!
I, Albert Einstein, declare that matter cannot be created, and energy cannot be destroyed. However, energy can be created by destroying matter.
Haha John, you got showed up by Einstein!
Watch it, buddy! Or else I'll split you...
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