(Answers to odd-numbered Conceptual Questions can be found in the back of the book.)
Give a reason why the Rutherford solar-system model does not agree with experimental observations.
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If the atom is considered as a solar system, the sun should be the positively charged nucleus, and the electrons can be considered as the planets revolving around it.
If the electrons are revolving in a fixed orbit like planets, then the electrons...