- How are scientist observe the atoms in an element?
Asked by rk338935 | 11th Jul, 2018, 08:55: PM
Till date there is no equipment or microscope with the help of which we can see an atom.
The structure od an atom was proposed by a some physisist and chemist with some proofs which we are known as structurte of atom.
After so many years of research and experiments, some brilliant scientists developed a device named "quantum microscope".
With the help of this device, the microscopic state quantum particle can directly magnify to the laboratory scale, so that scientists can study further its properties.
Answered by Ramandeep | 12th Jul, 2018, 10:53: AM
- what is the meaning of equipment
- what is meant by nucleon??
- What are the observation of α-particle scattering experiment?
- What are α-particles?
- Why did Rutherford select a thin sheet of gold foil for his experiment?
- Where does the most of the mass of an atom reside? Which particles contribute to most of the mass of an atom?
- One of the observations during α-particle scattering is that most of the fast moving α-particles passed straight through the gold foil non-deviated. What does this observation explain?
- During Rutherford's experiment, a very small fraction of alpha-particles were deflected by 180o, what does this prove?
- In Rutherford's experiment, alpha-particles got deflected through various angles in different proportions. How is this observation made?
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