I think the answer is NO
no ....the answer is bcoz most of atomic space is hollow and prob. of it hitting nucleus is low.
no i dont think that is the reason for alpha gng strit into the atm.that s b coz atom is too spacious.....
electrons were first thought to deflect the alpha particles but due to their size (7300 times smaller) they r brushed aside by the alphas and their deflection is not even enough to deflect the alpha by one degree
dont confuse these two
ps : in resnick halliday
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Willn't the alpha particles be stopped by the thin metal ??
alpha paricles have penetrtion power don't they??
So willn't that be applicable in this case??
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