Ernest Rutherford left Hans Geiger in their laboratory at Manchester University in about They are seen with the instrumentation they used to detect count alpha particles from a radio active source The experiment led to Rutherford identifying alpha particles as helium ions they were later shown to be helium nuclei Rutherford elucidated the nature of radioactivity the structure of the atom Born in New Zealand he worked in England Canada was the greatest experimental physicist of his day Geiger was a German who is best known for his invention of the Geiger counter
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