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Start of Atomic Models (in Hindi)
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Experiments and inferences during early stage of finding an atom

Udit Gupta
A Mechanical Engineer from NIT Allahabad here to help learners with physics. Also a Star ⭐ educator.

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this is the best thing a cse aspirant can be helped with...I appreciate your effort sir...kindly continue this for the whole of the session
sir is this complete theory of atoms and nuclei
Udit Gupta
3 months ago
Yes it is complete with two or three more courses around it...
Udit Gupta
3 months ago
Theoretically!!!
sir where are the topics like EFFECT OF NUCLEUS MOTION ON ENERGY OF ATOM, CALCULATION OF RECOIL SPEED OF ATOM ON EMISSION OF A PHOTON AND ATOMIC COLLISION.These topics are in jee syllabus but they are nowhere on unacademy to study.Sir please cover these topics.
Udit Gupta
a year ago
will get to those topics soon..
Priyansh Mehta
a year ago
please sir complete these ASAP
is this useful for modern physics jee mains..??
Udit Gupta
10 months ago
Yes all of it..
thanku sir.........can u please make a video on error analysis............to clarification on this topic
Udit Gupta
a year ago
in some time surely..
as earlier...........thanku sir
Sir, are there only 5 videos in this course?
Udit Gupta
a year ago
yes this is a complete theoretical course
Suvankar Roy
a year ago
thank you, sir.
  1. Structure of an atom Early atomic models and way to discovery of an atom


  2. Greetings! I am your educator - Udit Gupta. In the first lesson, we start with the onset of atomic models given by various scientists and their approach to define the most basic structure of an element. This theory forms an integral part to the later lessons in this course.


  3. Early atomic models It is an old concept that all matter is made of very small indivisible particles. After a long time, intelligent reasoning and classic experiments we have covered the journey from this idea to the pr sent day atomic models. Our discussion starts with the mention of scientist Robert Boyle who studied the expansion and compression of air. . The fact that air can be compressed or expanded, tells that air is made of tiny particles. When air is compr ssed, these particles get closer to each other, reducing the empty space. Mentioning Robert Boyle is important, because, with him atomism entered a new phase, from mere reasoning to experimental observations. The smallest unit of an element, which carries all the properties of the element is called an atom


  4. Thomson's model of atom Experiments on discharge tube, measurement of e/m etc., established the presence of negatively charged electrons in the atoms. It started the search for the structure of the positive charge inside an atom because the matter as a whole is electrically neutra Thomson suggested that the atom is a positively charged solid sphere and electrons are embedded in it in sufficient number so as to make the atom electrically neutral It can be compared to a birthday cake in which cherries are embedded This model was quite attractive as it could explain several observations available at that time including why only negatively charged particles are emitted when a metal is heated and never the positively charged particles. It also explained the formation of ions and ionic compounds.


  5. Lenard's Suggestion Lenard noted that cathode rays could pass through materials of small thickness with almost zero deviation. Had the atoms been solid spheres, most of the electrons in the cathode rays would hit them and be unable to go ahead in the forward direction. Lenard, therefore, suggested that the atom must have a lot of empty space in it He proposed that the atom is made of electrons and similar tiny particles carrying positive charge But then, the question was, why on heating a metal, these tiny positively charged particles were not ejected?


  6. Rutherford's Model of the Atom . Thomson's model and Lenard's model, both had certain Thomson's model made the positive charge immovable by advantages and disadvantages. assuming it to spread over the total volume of the atom. On the other hand, electron were tiny particles and could be ejected on heating a metal. But the almost free passage of cathode rays through an atom was not consistent with Thomson's model.


  7. Rutherford's Model of the Atom . For that, the atom should have a lot of empty space as .So, the positive charge should be in the form of tiny particles suggested by Lenard occupying a very small volume, yet these particles should not be able to come out on heating. It was Ernest Rutherford who solved the problem by doing a series of experiments from 1906 to 1911 on alpha particle scattering We shall discus more on his experiment in the nest lesn.


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