BIG DICKS

Small, sphereical, solid, indivisible WIENERS
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AtomsCombine.jpg

The idea that an atom was a solid structure only that could not be split was the first attempt to define how an atom was shaped.


Cloud Model
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The cloud model displays the theory that electrons don't have a defined path but can be anywhere within a certain area. The model shows that there is uncertainty as to where the electron was or will be.


Plum Pudding Model
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This model suggested that the positive charge was the fluid and that held the negative charges, the electrons, in the atom because of electrical forces.


Rutherford-Bohr Model
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The idea from this model came from a piecing together of different known facts. Scientists at the time knew that there were electrons and that they had a negative charge. They also knew that the overall charge of an atom was neutral. This made it possible for them to assume there had to be a positive charge in the atom. Scientists knew that electrons were tiny and so the positive charge had to make up most of the mass. So using these different known quantities; they tried to fill in the blanks and that left them with this model.


Planetary Model
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This model is one that scientists agreed upon because it makes sense using quantum science. This model uses "quantum BOOBIES"