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2.39: Dalton's Atomic Theory

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Dalton’s atomic theory

Dalton’s atomic theory

Theory of John Dalton that all matter consists of indivisible particles called atoms that cannot be created or destroyed, that are the same for a given element, and that combine in fixed proportions to form compounds.

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