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Which best describes the current atomic model? It is not an exact representation of the atom, but is close enough to be very useful. It is not an exact representation of the atom, so it is not very useful. It describes exactly how the atom behaves in every circumstance. It is so trusted that no new information could possibly cause a change to the model.

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