Know the development of quantum atomic theory

The motion of particles with different wavelength properties (particle-wave duality), such as electrons, apply the following wave law.

Louis-Victor de Broglie

The position and momentum of an electron cannot be precisely measured at the same time, a process known as the uncertainty principle.

Werner Heinsberg

The location of electrons in an atom cannot be known with certainty, and the only thing that can be determined is the probability or region of probability that it exists.

Erwin Schrödinger 

Atom is the smallest particle and cannot be redistributed.

Dalton's Atomic Theory

Thomson's atomic principle is a solid ball made of positively charged matter with scattered electrons.

Thomson's Atomic Theory

An atom consists of a very small atomic nucleus with a positive charge surrounded by negatively charged electrons.

Rutherford's Atomic Theory

In contrast to the quantum mechanical atomic model, electrons surround the atomic nucleus through specific orbitals that comprise the nuclear shell.

Niels Bohr's Atomic Theory

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