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When the atomogolsheearbombarded with a be aof α-particles, only a few α- particleget deflected where as most of them gstraighun deflectedThiibecause–

  1. The force of attraction on the α-particles by the oppositely charged electron is not sufficient    
  2. The nucleus occupies much smaller volumacompared tthvolumof atom    
  3. The force of repulsion on fasmoving α- particles iversmall    
  4. The neutrons in the nucleus do not have any effect on α-particles.    

The correct answer is: The force of attraction on the α-particles by the oppositely charged electron is not sufficient


    IT was the logical conclusion of his experiment.

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