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20 pts brainliest if thomson's model of the atom was correct, what would rutherford have seen in his experiments? all of the alpha particles would have passed straight through the foil. all of the alpha particles would have reflected off the foil. most of the alpha particles would have been absorbed by the foil. some of the alpha particles would have been deflected off the foil at large angles.

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