ChemistryAccording to Dalton’s Atomic Theory, matter consists of indivisible _______.

According to Dalton’s Atomic Theory, matter consists of indivisible _______.

  1. A
    Molecules
  2. B
    Atoms
  3. C
    Ions
  4. D
    Mixtures 

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    Solution:

    The first hypothesis that tried to describe all matter in terms of atoms and their characteristics was Dalton's atomic theory.
    The theory's key tenets are as follows:
            Atoms, which are small, indivisible particles, make up all matter.
            The mass, size, and other characteristics of every atom in a given element are the same. However, atoms of various elements display various characteristics and range in mass and size.
            Atoms are eternal and cannot be generated or destroyed. Atoms cannot be separated into smaller particles either.
            Compounds can be created by the combination of atoms from various elements in certain ratios.
            An atomic rearrangement is a chemical process.
     
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