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Hantaro Nagaoka (長岡 半太郎 Nagaoka Hantarō?, August 15, 1865 – December 11, 1950) was a Japanese physicist and a pioneer of Japanese physics during the early Meiji period. In 1904, Nagaoka developed an early, incorrect "planetary model" of the atom, which although faulty, arrived at two true conclusions, successfully confirmed by Rutherford.

Nagaoka later did research in spectroscopy and other fields. In 1909, he published a paper on the inductance of solenoids. In March 1924, he described studies in which he claimed to have successfully formed a milligram of gold and some platinum from mercury.
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From: BARILOCHENSE6999 Sent: 07/04/2013 16:17
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    From: BARILOCHENSE6999 Sent: 07/04/2013 16:21

    Hantaro Nagaoka

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    Hantaro Nagaoka
    Hantaro Nagaoka.jpg
    Born (1865-08-15)August 15, 1865
    Ōmura, Nagasaki
    Died December 11, 1950(1950-12-11) (aged 85)
    Nationality  Japan
    Fields Physics
    Notable students Kotaro Honda, Hideki Yukawa
    Relief of Nagaoka in Science Museum in Tokyo

    Hantaro Nagaoka (長岡 半太郎 Nagaoka Hantarō?, August 15, 1865 – December 11, 1950) was a Japanese physicist and a pioneer of Japanese physics during the early Meiji period.

    [edit] Life

    Nagaoka was born in Nagasaki, Japan, and educated at Tokyo University. After graduating in 1887 he worked with a visiting British physicist, Cargill Gilston Knott, on magnetism. In 1893 he traveled to Europe, where he continued his education at the universities of Berlin, Munich, and Vienna. He also attended, in 1900, the First International Congress of Physicists in Paris, where he heard Marie Curie lecture on radioactivity, an event that aroused Nagaoka's interest in atomic physics. Nagaoka returned to Japan in 1901 and served as professor of physics at Tokyo University until 1925. After his retirement, he was appointed a head scientist at RIKEN, and also served as the first president of Osaka University (1931-1934).

    [edit] Saturnian model of the atom

    Physicists in 1900 had just begun to consider the structure of the atom. The recent discovery by J. J. Thomson of the negatively charged electron implied that a neutral atom must also contain an opposite positive charge. In 1903 Thomson had suggested that the atom was a sphere of uniform positive electrification, with electrons scattered through it like plums in a pudding, the plum pudding model.

    Nagaoka rejected Thomson's model on the ground that opposite charges are impenetrable. He proposed an alternative model in which a positively charged center is surrounded by a number of revolving electrons, in the manner of Saturn and its rings.

    In 1904, Nagaoka developed an early planetary model of the atom.[1] Nagaoka's model was based around an analogy to the explanation of the stability of the Saturn rings (the rings are stable because the planet they orbit is very massive). The model made two predictions:

    • a very massive nucleus (in analogy to a very massive planet)
    • electrons revolving around the nucleus, bound by electrostatic forces (in analogy to the rings revolving around Saturn, bound by gravitational forces).

    Both predictions were successfully confirmed by Rutherford (who mentions Nagaoka's model in his 1911 paper in which the nucleus is proposed). However, other details of the model were incorrect. In particular, charged rings would be unstable due to repulsive disruption, which is not the case with Saturn's rings, and Nagaoka himself abandoned it in 1908.

    Ernest Rutherford and Niels Bohr presented the more viable Bohr model in 1913.

    [edit] Other works

    Nagaoka later did research in spectroscopy and other fields. In 1909, he published a paper on the inductance of solenoids.[2] In March 1924, he described studies in which he had successfully formed a milligram of gold and some platinum from mercury.

    [edit] Awards and recognition

    [edit] References

    1. ^ B. Bryson (2003). A Short History of Nearly Everything. Broadway Books. ISBN 0-7679-0817-1. 
    2. ^ Nagaoka, Hantaro (1909-05-06). "The Inductance Coefficients of Solenoids". Journal of the College of Science (Tokyo, Japan: Imperial University) 27 (6): 18 

    [edit] External links

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    From: BARILOCHENSE6999 Sent: 07/04/2013 23:27
     

    What did Nagaoka do and in what year?

     
    Answer:
    Hantaro Nagaoka was born in Nagasaki, Japan on August 15, 1865. He went to Tokyo University and got his Bachelors degree went to later colleges such as universities of Berlin, Munich, and Vienna. Then he attended the First International Congress of Physicists in Paris in 1990.
    After that he started getting interested in the Atomic Theory. His interest in the atom theory led to Nagaoka wanted to disprove J.J. Thompson's theory wrong. Thompson's theory stated that opposite charges are impenetrable. He proposed a different model in which a positively charged center is surrounded by multiple revolving electrons,
    of Saturn and its rings. Nagaoka used Saturn's rings as a metaphor for the position and movement of electrons in the atom. In this model electrons are orbiting bodies around positivly charged nucleus that is the planet. This model was proposed in 1903. He called this model the "Saturnian"model.
    Nagaoka later did research in spectroscopy and other fields. In 1909, he published a paper on the inductance of solenoids. In March 1924, he described studies in which he claimed to have successfully formed a milligram of gold and some platinum from mercury. Nagaoka was granted the Order of Culture by the Japanese government in 1937. He also got rewarded for his scientific work by the Nagaoka Crater, which is a crater on the moon that is named after him.

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    From: BARILOCHENSE6999 Sent: 07/04/2013 23:32
    Sabías qué... El físico japonés Hantarō Nagaoka pudo convertir el mercurio en oro en un proceso de 200 horas a 226 voltios en un mini reactor nuclear. A este hecho se le llama como el descubrimiento de la Piedra Filosofal.
    Sabías qué... El físico japonés Hantarō Nagaoka pudo convertir el mercurio en oro en un proceso de 200 horas a 226 voltios en un mini reactor nuclear. A este hecho se le llama como el descubrimiento de la Piedra Filosofal.
    Sabías qué... El físico japonés Hantarō Nagaoka pudo convertir el mercurio en oro en un proceso de 200 horas a 226 voltios en un mini reactor nuclear. A este hecho se le llama como el descubrimiento de la Piedra Filosofal.


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