We are not only visualising archaeological content, we are interested in all kinds of science and this time we dove into the depths of physics and chemistry. Inspired by the first episode of Crash Course Chemistry by Hank Green, I visualised a simplified model of a silver atom. The theoretic model of this atom was developed by Niels Bohr, a danish physicist, in 1913.
In the centre you see 47 Protons (red) and 60 Neutrons (yellow) which build the core of the silver atom. The so called nucleus is surrounded by Electrons on three different layers, which circle the core of the atom. This theory was quiet popular until new theories in quantum mechanics proposed new models around 1925.