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English II Project
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http://www.convertfiles.com/ The end Early Life and Hardships This is JJ Thomson; Rutherford researched and worked under him
at Cambridge. - As a high school graduate of government schools, he left to Nelson Collegiate.
- There, he wrote a thesis about magnetization of iron by high frequency discharges as a Grad there, creating highly original experiments. - He lived through poverty in a family with 12 children. - His mother stressed education on him; she was a schoolteacher who believed it's the most important thing. Ernest Rutherford - He received M.A in Physical Science and Mathematics and a BS in them. - In 1889, he transferred to the University of New Zealand under a scholarship. - From this, he disproved JJ Thomson's atomic structure theory A.K.A the Plum Pudding Model. - He theorized that the nucleus held all the mass and charge in it. - He also proposed the atom was mostly empty space. DISPROVED! - He won the prize in the Chemistry field - Was Knighted and later became a Lord or Baron. - He received it on his disintegration theory which stated that radioactivity is an atomic process. - He had lots of experimental data to back up this theory. - Alpha (Helium ions) and Beta particles were classified from Uranium radiation. - He also received it for defining the chemistry of radioactive substances.