anonymous
  • anonymous
Which atomic model proposed that elections move in specific orbits around the nucleus of an atom? A) Dalton's atomic model B) Thomson's atomic model C) Rutherford's atomic model D) Bohr's atomic model E) Quantum atomic model
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anonymous
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Thomson's model was the "plum pudding" model where positive and negative charge filled a sphere. Rutherford's model had the nucleus act as the center of the model, with the electrons orbiting it like planets to the sun. It isn't A or D. Bohr's model is this one. It had the nucleus as the center followed by various levels where different electrons would move. This means the answer is...
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anonymous
  • anonymous
I can't see the picture on my iPhone but I think I understand what you are saying does that mean the answer would be E) Quantum atomic model
anonymous
  • anonymous
*It isn't A or E, sorry.

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anonymous
  • anonymous
I think it's C or D I really think it D then
anonymous
  • anonymous
Yeah it's D.
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Thanks 😆

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