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Transcript of Ernest Rutherford
Scholarship to Canterbury College- B.A., M.A., first class honors (math and science)
University of Cambridge- Cavendish Laboratory
Achivements and Discoveries
Nobel Prize- Chemistry (1908)
Alpha, Beta, Gamma rays
Atomic theory- Nucleus, electrons, space
Van Nostrand’s: Scientific Encyclopedia Ninth Edition, Volume 2
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Chemist and Nuclear Physicist
Born: August 30th, 1871. Spring Grove, New Zealand
Fourth of twelve children
Mother, school teacher
Gold Foil Experiment and Procedure
Fired alpha particles at gold foil
Most particles went through, 1 in 8,000 ricochetted
Concluded the Atomic Theory
Concluded a stable nucleus in the center and electrons in the outer regions, 1911