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The Atomic Timeline follows man's discovery and research of atoms, more widely Chemistry. It dates back to 440 BCE, when Democritus discovered the atom.

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Dec 6, 2012 ... It starts with Democritus and Leucippus, the first philosophers to discuss atoms. Then John Dalton did experiments on atomic theory.

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Timeline Description: Atomic theory is the scientific theory of the nature of matter. The theory states that matter is made up of small particles called atoms. Prior to ...

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Here is a timeline of some of the major ideas. Dalton. Thomson Rutherford. Chadwick. Bohr. Modern. Page 4 ...

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Atomic Model Timeline ... Democritus found that atoms are not all the same, they are eternal, and ... He also had the most useful atomic theory of matter. To come ...

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Atomic - Timeline Index : Who, What, Where, When in a chronological context.

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Atomic Theory Time-Line Project. Using the information from your text book, class room discussion, “Atom” chapter and additional sources you find to construct a ...

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Oct 28, 2019 ... Atoms. What are they? You may have learnt that the atom is made up of protons, neutrons and electrons but the atomic model has changed ...

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Atomic Theory. Let's Take a Trip Through Time! Atomic Theories Timeline. Name. Democritus. Dalton. Thompson. Rutherford. Bohr. Schrödinger. Heisenberg.

www.sas.upenn.edu/~dbalmer/eportfolio/nature_timeline.pdf

Atomic Theory Timeline. Democritus. ~450 BC. John Dalton. 1803. Michael Faraday. 1839. J. J. Thomson. 1896. Robert Millikan. 1909. Ernest Rutherford. 1909.