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4.04 Atomic Theory

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Melody Ballas

on 14 April 2011

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Transcript of 4.04 Atomic Theory

Were there experiences in his life that led to his interest in science and the study of the atom?

There weren’t really any experiences in Niels’s life that led to his interest in science and the study of atom. He just naturally loved science and all of the outcomes of it. After the war, he returned to Denmark and spent a good amount of time working on the uses of atomic energy. Something that may of led to his interest in science and the study of the atom was that he was a Danish scientist who contributed to the atomic structure. Defend his work on the atom and its contribution to the modern atomic model Niels worked at the Los Alamos in New Mexico, U.S. on the Manhattan project. His role in the project was to be a knowledgeable consultant. He was also working on the nuclear arms race. The four pictures to the left models the Bohr model, shell model, liquid drop model, and the atomic nucleus. Contribution to the modern atomic model Niels Bohr contributed to not only the modern atomic model, but to science too because he solved the Rutherford atom and the atomic spectra. His explanation was that a new atomic model was required using the new quantum theory of light. Point out which contributions are present in the modern atomic model and which were eventually disproven and thus are not part of the modern model Niels Bohr presented the Wave Structure of Matter and Standing Wave Interactions. He replaced the Probability Waves with Real Waves in Space. Niels names element 107 bohrium and that was disapproved. Niels Bohr presented the Wave Structure of Matter and Standing Wave Interactions. He replaced the Probability Waves with Real Waves in Space. Niels names element 107 bohrium and that was disapproved.
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