Discovery: 460 B.C.
Name of model: The First Atomic Model
Experiment: Took a seashell broke it in half. Took that seashell and broke it in half and in half until he got fine powder. Tried to break that in half but couldn't. Discovered. The indivisible building block life an atom.
Description: model of the first atom
Model: Plum Pudding
Experiment: When experimenting with gas discharge tubes. Noticed movement in a tube called from the negative nod of the tube to the positive end. Rays were made up of negatively charged particles.
Description: Each atom was an sphere filled with negatively charged fluid
Name of model: Plum pudding model
Experiment: The bold foil experiment. Taking a thin sheet of gold foil. Using special equipment to shoot alpha particles at the gold fail. Most passed back or were deflected as if they had hit something. Known as the Geiger–Marsden experiment.
Description: Shows an atom with electrons orbiting around a positively charged nucleus
Theory: Quantum theory
Explanation: Predicting the wave of nature of elections. That all matter have properties
Model: Electron Cloud
Explanation: Discovered that electrons don't move in orbits (or in set paths at all). His Schrödinger Cat Paradox. To imagine a cat, poison, Geiger Counter, radioactive material and a hammer. If the the Geiger Counter detectived the radioactive material then the hammer whole smash the poison killing the cat but you wouldn't know the outcome without opening the box. So the cat would be in a Zombie state of dead or alive.
Description: His Equation to his Quantum Wave Theory
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