Which Part of an Atom Was Discovered by Rutherford'S Alpha Particle Scattering Experiment? - Chemistry

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Which part of an atom was discovered by Rutherford's alpha particle scattering experiment?

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The nucleus was discovered in Rutherford’s alpha particle-scattering experiment.

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Chapter 4: Structure of the Atom - Very Short Answer Type Questions [Page 192]

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