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Published: 13/12/2012
KS4 | Chemistry | Physics
4 pages

Plum pudding atoms

A worksheet designed to test student’s understanding of Rutherford, Geiger and Marsden’s gold leaf experiment, results and conclusions. Suitable for class work, homework or revision.        

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Sarah Kniveton, Science EditorSarah Kniveton, Science Editor
Thank you for your comment, the answer has now been amended.
Posted on 11th May 2018
Adrian JohnsonAdrian Johnson
Unsure about the answer given to g) - I was expecting "the strong nuclear force keeps the protons together in the nucleus" or "the binding energy" or similar, though I may be wrong. Thank you for sharing the resource there is lots of useful material here and I will certainly be making use of it with my Y10.
Posted on 8th May 2018
Sarah Kniveton, Science EditorSarah Kniveton, Science Editor
Many thanks for your comment - the spelling has now been corrected.
Posted on 1st June 2017
Andrew HarmsworthAndrew Harmsworth
Hmm, pity his name is spelt wrongly! "J J Thomson" - no 'p'! Otherwise nice resource.
Posted on 26th May 2017

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