Who proposed that atoms are tiny solid ball?
first person to say matter is made up ti it was first told by john Dalton
John Dalton thought that atoms were like little marbles, and also studied how elements combine to form compounds.
Your question should be: 'Who described atoms as solid balls?' The Answer is: John Avison. If you are doing a crossword with this question, the answer should just be Avi…son.
They are so minuscule they cannot be seen even with the most powerful optical or even electronic ( usually in English, called Electron Microscopes). Microscopes. There was a s…ort of camera that was exhibited by Nikon at the l964 World's Fair that was said to be able to photograph the smallest particles of matter but this was probably on a molecular, not atomic level. It probably had a salutary Industrial ( Good for business) application in analysis of steels and other metals, with an eye towards rust and fracture prevention. Oddly this electronic microscope-cum camera was not working when Dad and I took in the Nikon exhibit at the House of the Rising Sun. They also displayed Ballistic cameras as tools of science.
YES! You can't even see them with the highest powered microscope in the world. We know about them by using some math formula. Treble Slur
Not all balls are solid. . A tennis ball is hollow, as is a beach ball.
Well, I'm not positive, but it may be cancer. You should ask your doctor. . On one end of each testicle there is normally a small, spherical mass where the tubes that direct …seminal fluid attach. If this is not what you are referring to, or if you are still uncertain, definitely consult your physician. There is such a thing as Testicular Cancer, and you don't want to mess around with it.
Thomson proposed that an atom was a ball of positive charge with electrons embedded in it. Some other things he discovered are: - that atoms are made of even smaller subato…mic particles. - electrons which are tiny negatively charged particles with mass.
Proposed that matter was made of tiny indivisible particles He called these units atoms He did not have evidence to support his theory?
because they have to be if they where big we would be over taken
I gues the smallest one is a 4" plasma ball.ð
The scientist was John Dalton
Who was the first to propose that most of the mass of an atom is in the tiny dense positively charged nucleus?
Greek philosopher Democritus.
Did John Dalton's model of the atom look like a tiny solid sphere with a predictable mass for a given element?
I think it probably looked like a sphere. not positive.