Who Discovered Atoms?

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In 460 B.C. Greek philosopher Democritus described atoms, but his work was largely ignored for many centuries. Nevertheless, he coined the term átomos, meaning 'uncuttable'. You can find more information here: http://www.nobeliefs.com/atom.htm
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The official discoverer of atoms is John Dalton, who proposed his version of atomic theory in 1803. Additional modern contributions to the theory were from Robert Brown, Albert Einstein, and Jean Perrin.
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