Neutron

Chemistry Mix n Match

A particle discovered by the Curie-Joliot experiment and first mistaken-ed as gamma rays. It wasn’t effected by magnetic or electric fields and named neutrons because it didn’t posses a charge. It’s found in the nucleus.


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Max Planck

Chemistry Mix n Match

A German Physicist in the 1900, proposed that energy could behave like particles in the form of tiny discrete energy packets or bundles he called quanta.


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James Chadwick

Chemistry Mix n Match

Demonstrated that the beam Irene Joliot Curie discovered wasn’t gamma rays but was a particle with the same mass as a proton (neutrons).


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Robert Millikan

Chemistry Mix n Match

Robert Millikan was the American physicist who discovered the charge of an electron in his “Oil Drop Experiment”.


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JJ Thomson

Chemistry Mix n Match

Joseph John Thomson was an English physicist who invented the CRT (Cathode Ray Tube) and identified electrons and the subatomic particle.


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Ernest Rutherford

Chemistry Mix n Match

Studied at McGill University in Montreal
Discovered radioactivity involved emission of 2 kinds of particles, alpha and beta.
Discovered that an atom contained a small highly dense positively charged center, known as the nucleus.


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