Schrodinger, who created the schrodinger's cat theory.
An atom bomb works by a nuclear chain reaction under the theory of E=mc2.
Yes, nuclear fission is the splitting of an atom.
In terms of atomic theory the protons and electroncs contribute the charge to an atom. In terms of quantum theory electrons are a type of lepton and protons are composed of quarks. So quarks and leptons contribute nuclear charge.
Today the quantum theory of atom is accepted.
hydrogen atom is broken to create nuclear fission
The nuclear atom was discovered by Ernest Rutherford. He did it with a gold foil experiment.
the nuclear model was its name. the theory behind this model is that 99.99% of the atom is empty space.the nucleus is what that is tiny and the most dense positive core.The nucleus contains protons. the nucleus is what weight the most in the atom
we get nuclear energy by splitting an atom.
Nuclear change is the change in the nucleus of the atom.
Atom bomb. Get it? Atom :D
No, it is a part of an atom.
By a nuclear reaction
A theory. Its the Atom Theory. The old theory used to be that an atom was just like a billiard ball.
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
A nuclear reaction involves changes in the nucleus of an atom, and it is from the atomic nucleus that energy is released in a nuclear reaction.
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
No, a nuclear bomb involves a nuclear chain-reaction.A chemical reaction involves the orbiting electrons in an atom.A nuclear reaction involves the nucleus (hence "Nuclear") of an atom.
John Dalton discovered the atom theory by studying elements.
No, hydrogen was. other heavier elements, starting with helium, were formed by the nuclear fusion of hydrogen nuclei.
Niels Bohr published his atomic theory in 1913...which applied Max Planck's quantum theory to Rutherford's idea of a nuclear structure.... adding the idea of electrons traveling in orbitsaround the atom's nucleus.
Nuclear Energy is the answer to Energy in the nucleus of an atom.
there is no difference b/w meson theory an yukawa theory of nuclear forces because yukawa predicted the nuclear forces as exchange of boson(messons) b/w neutron and proton which keep them bind in an atomic nuclei. so meson theory is just another name of yukawa's theory of nuclear forces.
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