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anonymous

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Which describes the current model of the atom? It can be used to predict atomic behavior in most circumstances. It has been perfected and will never be changed in the future. It is only accepted by a small fraction of scientists. It is only useful in very specific circumstances.

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  1. anonymous
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    @Peaches15

  2. anonymous
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    The answer is A, here is why: (B) Nothing in science is perfect and should not be changed...we could always be wrong (C) The atomic model is currently broadly accepted by scientists (D) Although ti is simple it is a pretty good approximation of what is going on and it is very useful for explaining a broad number of chemical phenomena...otherwise we would make a new model

  3. Photon336
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    I agree with @sidam45883

  4. Photon336
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    I guess if they find a better model then that will replace the one that's currently used.

  5. anonymous
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    Thank you soo muchh :)

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