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In the revolutionary Scattering Experiment of 1911, in which alpha particles were shot at a thin gold fold, Rutherford, concluding that since most of the alpha particles passed through without deflecting, then most of the volume of the atom was empty space.

A Rutherford, concluding that since most of the alpha particles passed through without deflecting, then most of the volume of the atom was
B Rutherford, concluding that because most of the alpha particles passed through undeflected, most of the volume of the atom would be

C Rutherford concluded that, since most of the alpha particles passed through undeflected, most of the volume of the atom had to be
D Rutherford concluded that, because most of the alpha particles passing through without deflecting and most of the volume of the atom would have to be
E Rutherford, having concluded that since most of the alpha particles passed through undeflected, most of the volume of the atom to be
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In the revolutionary Scattering Experiment of 1911, in which alpha particles were shot at a thin gold fold, Rutherford, concluding that since most of the alpha particles passed through without deflecting, then most of the volume of the atom was empty space.

A Rutherford, concluding that since most of the alpha particles passed through without deflecting, then most of the volume of the atom was
B Rutherford, concluding that because most of the alpha particles passed through undeflected, most of the volume of the atom would be

C Rutherford concluded that, since most of the alpha particles passed through undeflected, most of the volume of the atom had to be
D Rutherford concluded that, because most of the alpha particles passing through without deflecting and most of the volume of the atom would have to be
E Rutherford, having concluded that since most of the alpha particles passed through undeflected, most of the volume of the atom to be


Underlined part need a verb form for conclude,

A & B - Eliminate based on concluding
C - Correct
D - passing through and would ..incorrect
E - having concluded - incorrect; the atom to be - incorrect
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In the revolutionary Scattering Experiment of 1911, in which alpha particles were shot at a thin gold fold, Rutherford, concluding that since most of the alpha particles passed through without deflecting, then most of the volume of the atom was empty space.

A Rutherford, concluding that since most of the alpha particles passed through without deflecting, then most of the volume of the atom was
B Rutherford, concluding that because most of the alpha particles passed through undeflected, most of the volume of the atom would be

C Rutherford concluded that, since most of the alpha particles passed through undeflected, most of the volume of the atom had to be
D Rutherford concluded that, because most of the alpha particles passing through without deflecting and most of the volume of the atom would have to be
E Rutherford, having concluded that since most of the alpha particles passed through undeflected, most of the volume of the atom to be


In the revolutionary Scattering Experiment of 1911, in which alpha particles were shot at a thin gold fold, Rutherford concluded that, since most of the alpha particles passed through undeflected, most of the volume of the atom had to be empty space.

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