Lecture 1: Atomic Theory of Matter
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I. People in History
C. Continuum Model
1. Robert Boyle
2. Joseph Priestly
3. Antoine Lavoisier
4. Joseph Proust
5. John Dalton; Atomic Theory of Matter
II. Scanning Tunneling Microscopy
III. End of the 19th Century
A. Major Advances
1. Newtonian mechanics
3. Statistical Mechanics
4. Classical Electromagnetism
B. Non-“Classical” Observations
1. Discovery of electron and nucleus
2. Photoelectric effect
IV. Discovery of the Electron
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