Can anyone help me? As part of my A-Level bridging work I'm writing a report on how the current model of the atom was developed. I need to cover four bullet points in my report:
1. What the scientists did
2. What they found out
3. What conclusions they drew from their results
4. What evidence their findings provided for the current model of the structure of the atom.
I've completed bullet points 1, 2, and 3 - I don't really know what evidence his findings provided for the current model of the atom though? Is it just that he discovered atoms contained negatively charged particles?
J.J. Thomson's discovery of the electron Watch
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