Biography Of Ernest Rutherford

Biography Of Ernest Rutherford   Ernest Rutherford (30 Aug 1871-19 Oct 1937) was a New Zealand-born British physicist who is considered the founder of Nuclear Physics. Through many tests, Rutherford changed our understanding of the atom. Rutherford discovered that the atom is mostly space, with electrons and a nucleus. Rutherford discovered the properties of radiation, and half-life, and created the first artificially-induced nuclear reaction that converted nitrogen atoms into oxygen. His work was a crucial event in the evolution of nuclear energy, radiation, and the subatomic level of Physics. His work was also crucial in the development of quantum physics …

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