Why Rutherford was wrong about the atom model?
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A Rutherford atom model is the combination of protons and electrons to give us a neutral nucleus.
Question 1: What is the energy of the electron if we confine it inside the nucleus? Consider only the kinetic energy due to uncertainty principle is enough to construct a contradiction.
Question 2: From the point of view of nuclear magnetic moment, the electron magnetic moment is way to large. Measurement tells us that nuclei usually have nuclear magnetic moment \(-3\mu_N\) to \(10\mu_N\) where \(\mu_N=e\hbar/2m_p\) and \(m_p\) is the mass of proton.
Hint: The magnetic moment is of the magnitude \(e\hbar/2m_x\).