In chemistry, we've been studying the progression of the various models of the atom and what evidence led to the revisions. Though the evidence for the existence of discrete, neutral, massive particles called neutrons is strong, what evidence do we have that leads us to believe the neutron is in the nucleus?
I am not suggesting that it is not. I just simply want to know why the atomic models have the neutrons in the nucleus. Was there a particular experiment or observation?
Scott Helvenston was lost in Iraq on 31 March 2004 - [image: image001] We attended Winter Haven High School together and sometimes worked out together and were on the same football team. Scott went on to b...
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