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# What would be the final velocity if a 600g Cart 1, initially traveling 5.70m/s collided with a 200g Cart 2? dang that balls went far what experimental evidence led scientists to change from the previous model to this one?

a few of the positive particles aimed at a gold foil seemed to bounce back.

the colors of light emitted from heated atoms had very specific energies.

experiments with water vapor showed that elements combine in specific proportions.

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