Explain atomic theory with definition

Atom refers to the fundamental building block of matter. The root of the word ‘atom’ lies in the Greek word ‘atomon’, meaning ‘uncuttable’ or ‘indivisible’. Greek philosopher Democritus argued that matter was composed of fundamentally indivisible particles, called ‘atomos’ Although Democritus was an early proponent of the atomic theory of matter, it’d take another two millennia to confirm Democritus’s suggestion. John Dalton was among among one of the progressives in this field as we will as considered atoms as elementary chemical objects for the first time and.

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