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One of the fundamental questions is that "what the matter is composed of?" In 1897, atoms are known as the basic building blocks of matter. In the year 1911, Ernest Rutherford demonstrated that when alpha particles are scattered on a thin gold foil that the atom is composed of mostly empty space with a dense core at its center which is called the nucleus. Thereafter, protons and neutrons were discovered. In 1956, McAllister and Hofstadter published experimental results of elastic scattering ofdoi:10.4236/ojm.2019.92002 fatcat:gnvktdjm7bda7lvufpybuoam3y