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Ernest Rutherford: Who Had A Strong Foothold In The World Of The Nucleus

Ernest Rutherford: Who Had A Strong Foothold In The World Of The Nucleus
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Father is Scottish, mother is British. But lives in New Zealand. Ernest Rutherford, the father of nuclear physics, was born on August 30, 181, into such a family. Growing up in New Zealand. M.Sc. in 1894.

At that time he made an instrument. Which was discovered even earlier by the Bengali scientist Jagadish Chandra Bose. Jagadish Basu did…

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