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conclusion of rutherford"s gold experiment

Asked by alphin.jacob 20th January 2016, 6:36 PM
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Rutherford's gold experiment conclusions:

1) Atoms have mostly empty space. That is why most of the alpha particles passed through the atom - there is mostly nothing for them to bump into and deflect them.
2) All of the positive charge in the atom is crammed into a tiny nucleus. Though most of the alpha particles won't go anywhere near a nucleus, the positive nucleus will repel the positively-charged alpha particles if they get too close to each other, causing the

Answered by Expert 20th January 2016, 6:40 PM
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