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QUESTION 10
Below are the five atomic models in history. Number them in historical order from 1 to 5.
(1 being the oldest, 5 being the most recent)
Rutherford Model
Electron Cloud Model
Thomson Model
Dalton Model
Bohr Model
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QUESTION 10 Below are the five atomic models in history. Number them in historical order from 1 to 5. (1 being the oldest, 5 being the most recent) Rutherford Model Electron Cloud Model Thomson Model Dalton Model Bohr Model

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The 5 atomic models in history are given. They are to be numbered in historical order from 1 to 5.

  • Rutherford model
  • Electron cloud model
  • Thomson model
  • Dalton model
  • Bohr model
Step 2
  • Rutherford Model: It was given in 1911 by Ernst Rutherford who discovers that atoms have a small charged nucleus surrounded by large empty space where electrons revolve.
  • Electron cloud model: In 1926, Erwin Schrodinger developed this model. It introduced the concept of orbitals surrounding the nucleus.
  • Thomson model: It was proposed by J.J. Thompson in 1904.
  • Da...

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