Rutherford atom

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Noun1.Rutherford atom - first modern concept of atomic structure; all of the positive charge and most of the mass of the atom are contained in a compact nucleus; a number of electrons (equal to the atomic number) occupy the rest of the volume of the atom and neutralize the positive charge
atomic theory - a theory of the structure of the atom
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(6) It is of interest to note that there were no textbooks that mentioned Nagaoka's Saturnian model from 1955 to 1964; 50% Nagaoka atomic model and 50% no mention of Nagaoka at all; the Nagaoka model has been described ever since in such a way that the Rutherford model of the atom is identical to the Nagaoka model.
Mention should be made of the fact that representative textbook writers who described the Nagaoka model and the Rutherford model as being the same were prominent physicists, such as S.
The company received the Gold Award for the Rutherford model at Parker Pointe in Fuquay-Varina, the Silver Award for the Juniper model at Churchill in Knightdale and the Bronze Award for the Holly model at Carriage Heights in Fuquay-Varina.

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