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Famous Scientists in Atomic History Research

1. Describe Experiment.

2. Draw a diagram/picture to represent their experiment.

3. Find out (range of dates) when discovery happened.

4. What did they discover?

BONUS:  Why is it important?



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        Books to Check out from the Library

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        See a slideshow below featuring scientists:  Bohr, Dalton, and Rutherford.


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        Sample eBooks from the Gale Virtual Reference Library

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        Chemistry - David A. Williams; Tony Masters; Peter Rudolf Seidl; Joseph J. Lagowski (Editor)
        ISBN: 9780028657219
        Publication Date: 2004-02-20

        Cover Art
        Encyclopedia of World Biography 2 17v + Sup 18-23
        ISBN: 9780787691240
        Publication Date: 2004-04-01


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