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What was Aristotle objection to the atomic theory?
Aristotle was against atomic theory considering that matter is formed from fire, air, earth and water. His conceptions delayed the development of science especially because of the harmful influence of Christianity. ...
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What major contributions did Aristotle make to the atomic theory?
Aristotle did not believe in the Atomic Theory. He believed that everything was made up of only 4 elements fire, water, air, and earth. This theory was proven incorrect as is evidenced by the periodic table of elements. In short the answer to this question is, none. ...
What did Aristotle do in the Scientific Revolution?
Aristotle contributed the Heliocentric theory which was the earth was in the center of the earth. Ptolemy built on this later on with the moon and stars having their own orbits ...
Asked in Chemistry, Atoms and Atomic Structure
What was JJ Thomson's theory on atoms?
J.J. Thomson's atomic theory described the composition of atoms. His theory made several discoveries about atoms. A couple of these discoveries include the fact that they are comprised of smaller particles and that they have electrons. ...
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How did Nagaoka contribute to the atomic theory?
He contriubuted to modern science with his model for atomic theory which he described was similar to the rings of saturn and he descibed that in his model of atomic theory. Hantaro Nagaoka was a great man and and he contributed alot of tings to modern science i cant name them all but he contributed alot of things to modern science ...
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How did Aristotle contribute to the theory of evolution?
Actually Aristotle wasn't known to contribute to the evolution theory as he didn't agree with most of the theories that were brought up by other philosophers. The only contribution he might have taken apart of was causing conflict between other philosophers and other theory discoveries. ...
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What is the difference between Dalton's atomic theory and modern atomic theory?
Although Dalton's theory remains valid in modern atomic theory, there are some differences. Dalton's theory stated that atoms were indivisible and indestructible, but discoveries in modern atomic theory showed that there are subatomic particles that are smaller than the atom. Similarly, through nuclear reactions, an element's atoms can be transformed into atoms of another. Modern atomic theory includes isotopes while Dalton's theory does not have this phenomenon. ...
Scientists behind the atomic theory?
there were many scientists that contributed towards it but Joseph j. Thomson, Hans geiger, ernest marsden. ernest Rutherford, Henry moseley and James chadwick all made key discoveries and are the main scientists behind the theory. Alfred Nobel,Mendeleev and Neil Bhorbecause theire are the great scientist Chadwick explain the atomic theory niels hendrik bohr mitchell creech ...
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What was rutherford's major contributions to the atomic theory?
Ernest Rutherford contributed to the atomic theory through his gold foil experiment. He discovered that there was a positively charged central core to the atom and he called it the nucleus. ...
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What did democritus add to te atomic theory?
Democritus began the atomic theory. He was the first to theorize that if you keep cutting stuff down smaller and smaller, you will eventually reach the smallest piece possible. He was, however, put down by Aristotle. Aristotle had a larger and stronger following, so people dismissed Democritus as a lunatic. ...