Comparison between Atomic Model Dalton, Thomson, Rutherford and Bohr

To obtain a comprehensive picture of the development of the atomic model, let us compare the atomic models we already know.
Among all the models of atoms, Dalton atomic model is the simplest model. Atoms only described as a very small ball but massive. This model is still not familiar with the charge within the atom.
Atom model was improved by Thomson. Thomson has introduced in his model of electric charge in atoms. He also said that a negative electrical charge (electrons) must equal the number of positive charge. By Thomson, the distribution of electrons in an atom like raisins in a cake distribution. Thomson model equations with Dalton are both assume that the atoms are solid or massive.
Great changes occurred in the Rutherford model. According to Rutherford, the atoms are not massive but hollow objects. Electrons are not scattered evenly in the nucleus but are at great distances from the nucleus. Rutherford's theory also states that the electrons are not silent but orbit around the nucleus.
The last model we already know, is the Bohr model. This model is an improved version of the Rutherford model, Bohr model known difference in the energy levels or shells cross, also wore quantum numbers.