Rutherford (also Geiger-Marsden)
Measured angular dependence of
particles (He ions) scattered
from gold foil.
• Mostly scattering at small angles. But…
• Occasional scatterings at large angles
Something massive in there !
Conclusion: Most of atomic mass is
concentrated in a small region of the atom
Recall some history:
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