Democritus stated that atoms were minuscule quantities of matter
Dalton's theory claimed that all matter was composed of atoms, and all elements are different due to different masses.
Revieved small scholarship to attend Trinity College at Cambridge to study Math
Became fellow of Trinity College
Became lecturer of Trinity College
Became Cavendish professor of physics
January 1, 1884
Married Rose Paget
January 22, 1892
Began studying cathode rays
Began studying positively charged ions
Received the Nobel prize in recognition of great merits of his theoretical & experimental investigations on the conduction of electricity by gases.
January 1, 1906
Knighted by King Edward VII
Rutherford did the gold foil experiment in which he demonstrated that the atom has a tiny, heavy nucleus.
Discovered that neon was composed of 2 different kind of atoms.
Bohr created a model to represent the atom
Became master of Trinity College and left researching
Schrodinger used mathematical equations to describe the likelihood of finding an electron in a certain position.
James Chadwick announced that the core contained a uncharged particle which he called the neutron.