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Pick an appropriate option to justify the given statement:
Mass distribution is uniform in __________ but highly irregular in ___________ . \([\)Rutherford’s model, Thomson’s model, both the models\(]\)


Thomson’s model, Rutherford’s model
Due to even distribution of electrons in the soup of positive charge, the mass distribution is uniform in case of Thomson’s model. Whereas it is highly irregular in case of Rutherford’s model due to the presence of large nucleus surrounded by tiny electrons.
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