What is nuclear atom theory?
Asked in Albert Einstein, Scientists, Quantum Mechanics
The quantum theory of the nuclear atom was developed by whom who used observations of Albert Einstein to formulate his theory?
What particles contribute to the charge of an atom?
What is Rutherford's model of the atom?
Is a nucleus an atom that produces nuclear energy?
Asked in Chemistry, Science Experiments
Is the statement An atom consists of a dense nucleus surrounded by a cloud of electrons best described as a law or hypothesis or a theory?
What was Rutherfords main contribution to the study of the atomic structure?
The Nuclear Model-1909 Ernest Rutherford's great contribution to atomic theory was to show what happens to an element during radioactive decay. This enabled him to construct the first nuclear model of the atom, a cornerstone of present-day physics The Nuclear Model-1909 Ernest Rutherford's great contribution to atomic theory was to show what happens to an element during radioactive decay. This enabled him to construct the first nuclear model of the atom, a cornerstone of present-day physics
Asked in Chemistry, Physics
From which part of an atom is energy released during a nuclear reaction?
Asked in Chemistry, Nuclear Weapons
Does the explosion in a nuclear bomb count as a rapid chemical reaction?
Asked in Science
What theory did Rutherford discover?
Rutherford discovered and proposed the theory that every atom consists of Nucleus. electrons revolve around the nucleus in circular orbits. His theory is regarded as Nuclear theory of atomic model. He also proposed the theory of neutrons. James chadwick one of his associates proved that and earned nobel prize
Asked in Big Bang Theory (scientific model)
Was carbon the first atom created after the big bang theory?
Asked in Niels Bohr
What year did niels bohr contribute to the theory of the atom?
Asked in Authors, Poets, and Playwrights
What has the author B H Bransden written?
B. H. Bransden has written: 'Atomic collision theory' -- subject(s): Collisions (Nuclear physics), Scattering (Physics) 'The fundamental particles' -- subject(s): Particles (Nuclear physics) 'Physics of atoms and molecules' -- subject(s): Atoms, Molecules 'Quantum mechanics' -- subject(s): Quantum theory 'Charge exchange and the theory of ion-atom collisions' -- subject(s): Charge exchange, Ion-atom collisions