Rutherford Atomic theory had new features that shows a relatively high central charge nucleus in the middle of the atom concentrated into a very small volume, containing the bulk of the atomic mass with negative-charged electrons circling around it.
Dalton's atomic theory shows that atoms are the smallest particle that cannot be divided any further, created or deatroyed. It just talks about what properties the atom should have, but the only differenct to Rutherford's one is that it does not really mention the inner structure of the atom, like the nucleus, electrons etc.
I don't think so.
. Dalton's theory related to the atom as a basic unit of elementary matter, without actually speculating about an atom necessarily having any more fundamental internal structure. . Rutherford's atomic theory related to the internal structure of those atoms - specifically with regard to them having dense nucleii that are themselves much smaller than a whole atom (including the orbital electrons).. . From my perspective, I would say that Rutherford's atomic model is compatible with Dalton's atomic theory.
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Even though Bohr models are not completely accurate, why do we still use them today?