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  • Daltons birth

    Daltons birth
    Daltan was born on September 6, 1766 and his birth place is Manchester, England.
  • America's indepedence

    America's indepedence
    On July 4, 1776 America was declared an independent Country.
  • Daltans career

    Daltans career
    Dalton began to teach in Manchester, England at a very young age of 12. Soon he became one of the the England's leading scientists. His work led him to the thoery of atoms.
  • The first American president

    The first American president
    John Hanson was elected the President of america in November 3, 1781.
  • daltons model

    daltons model
    Like other scientific theories/models.Dalton’s atomic model has been perfected over time with the research and discoveries of other scientists. He made some models/hypothesis in around the 1800s and in 1803 specificaly, he noted that oxygen and carbon
    combined make two compounds.
  • Dalton published a book

    Dalton published a book
    He published an important book:"New System Of Chemical Philosophy". This book was the beginning of modern chemistry.In this book Dalton stated that atoms are the ultimate particle from which all elements are made. Dalton also found out that atoms could join together to form more complicated structures with unique chemical properties. These new chemical units are called molecules. This is why Dalton is known as the father of modern atomic theory.
  • Daltons death

    Daltons death
    Dalton died on July 27, 1844 in Manchester, England. Dalton's death was caused by a stroke.
  • Thomsons birth

    Thomsons birth
    Joseph Thomson was born on December 18, 1856 close to Manchester, England.
  • Max Planck was born

    Max Planck was born
    Max Planck was born in Kiel, Germany on April 23, 1858. He was one of the key poeple that developed quantum.
  • Canada was declared as an offical country.

    Canada was declared as an offical country.
    Canada was declared as an independent in 1867.
  • Rutherford was born

    Rutherford was born
    Ernest Rutherford was born on August 30, 1871, in Nelson, New Zealand but he spent his professional life primarily in England.
  • First Canadain president.

    First Canadain president.
    Sir John A. Macdonald was elected the first prime minister of Canada.
  • Bohr was born

    Bohr was born
    Niels Bohr was born on October 7, 1885 in Copenhagen, Denmark.
  • When Schrodinger was born

    When Schrodinger was born
    Erwin Schrodinger was born on August 12, 1887, in Vienna, Austria.
  • Thomson discoverd the electron

    Thomson discoverd the electron
    Joseph Thomson, professor of physics and director of the Cavendish Lab at Cambridge University, announced in April, 1897 that he discoverd the electron. At that time nobody believed him. However it was true.
  • Thomson model

    Thomson model
    In 1898, Thomson suggested a possible model of the atom. This became known as the currant bun or plum pudding model of the atom. The electrons were the currants or plums and the positive charge was the bun or the pudding. This model of the atom didn't hold up for a long time. Thomson improved doltons model and added negative and positve charges.
  • Thmson won the nobal prize

    Thmson won the nobal prize
    Thomson was awarded the Nobel Prize in physics in 1906 for the discovery of the electron and for his work on the conduction of electricity by gases.
  • Rutherford won the Nobel Prize

    Rutherford won the Nobel Prize
    In 1908 Rutherford was awarded the Nobel Prize for Chemistry for chemistry of radioactive things and his investigations of elemtents.
  • Rutherford's model

    Rutherford's model
    Rutherford realized that the currant bun model of the atom could not be correct. Rutherford made a new solar system model of the atom. Rutherford tested Thomson's hypothesis of the gold foil experiment. Rutherford decided he should make the gold foil thinner. As he expected, most alpha particles went right through the gold foil but he was amazed when he saw about 5 alpha particles rebounding almost completely backwards.
  • Niels bohr model

    Niels bohr model
    Planck first suggested that energy could come in speacial packets, which he called quanta, Einstien applied his idea to light, and deduced the photon. Then Bohr took there ideas and applied them to the model of the atom. Together they developed quantum physics. He improve Rutherfords model because in Rutherfords model they where just anywhere but bohr put the electons in specific places based on there energy levels.
  • Bohr's quantum Atom

    Bohr's quantum Atom
    In 1913, Bohr suggested that electrons can move around the nucleus of an atom in stable orbits with no loss of energy.
  • Max Planck won the Nobal Prize award

    Max Planck won the Nobal Prize award
    Max Planck won the Nobel Prize award in 1918 for physics.
  • Bohr won a nobel prize award

    Bohr won a nobel prize award
    Bohr won the Nobel prize in Physics in 1922 for his model of the atom.
  • Schrodingers model

    Schrodingers model
    In around the 1930's Schrodinger successfully created a quantum model that describes not only the hydrogen atom but also atoms that have more then one electron. In his model there is no longer any such thing as well-defined electron orbits which Bohr had. Schrodinger dealt only with the probability of finding the electron in a certain place about the nucleus. In place of orbits, now you see "electron clouds".
  • Schrodinger won the nobal Nobal Prize

    Schrodinger won the nobal Nobal Prize
    In 1933 Schrodinger was awarded the Nobel Prize in physics for the dicovery of new productive forms of atomic theory.
  • Rutherford died

    Rutherford died
    Rutherford died in Cambridge on October 19, 1937.
  • World War II

    World War II started from 1939 and ended at 1945.
  • Death of Thomson

    Death of Thomson
    Thomsons died in Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, England on Aug 30, 1940.
  • First Atomic Bomb

    First Atomic Bomb
    Because the Germans occupied Denmark during World War II, Bohr made his way to the United States of America where he helped develope the first Atomic Bomb. After the war he returned to Denmark to work on peaceful uses for atomic energy.
  • Max Planck died

    Max Planck died
    Max Planck died in Göttingen on October 4, 1947.
  • Schrodinger died

    Schrodinger died
    Schrodinger died on January 4, 1961.
  • Bohr died

    Bohr died
    Niels Bohr died in Copenhagen, Denmark on November 18, 1962.