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Problem 36

State the main points of Dalton's atomic theory u…

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Problem 35

What was Aristotle's objection to the atomic theory?

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A Aristotle didn't believe in empty space, he also believed that matter is made of earth, water, air and fire as there is no such thing known as atom.


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Aristotle was a philosopher who believed that everything in the world was made up of four different particles you know, Earth, water, air or fire. With the theory of the atom, it's pointing in an extra building blocks, one of which that obtains a lot of space in throughout all of these four particles Earth, water, air and fire. None of them allow for a particle of justice space. Therefore, it doesn't fit into Aristotle's theories.

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