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Pick an appropriate option to justify the given statement:
Size of an atom in Rutherford’s model is _________ the size of an atom compared to Thomson’s model. \((\)Less than, Greater than, no different than\()\)

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no different than
Description: The size atom was found out to be same in both the models
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