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which experiment proves that nucleus is at the centre of the atom ???

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Rutherford established a new model of the atom that was similar to the structure of planets in orbit around the sun. Rutherford's model consisted of a dense positive core (nucleus)at the center of the atom with electrons orbiting around it. This is called as Planetary Model of the atom

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