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TermDefinition
Electric charge A fundamental property of matter that can be positive or negative.
Elementary charge The smallest unit of electric charge that is possible in ordinary matter; represented by the lowercase letter e.
Electron A particle with a negative electric charge found inside the atom but outside the nucleus.
Proton A particle found in the nucleus with a positive charge exactly equal and opposite to the electron.
Neutron A particle found in the nucleus with mass similar to the proton but with zero electric charge.
Atomic number The number of protons in an atom.
Mass number Number of protons in an atom, plus the number of neutrons.
Icetope Atoms of the same element that have different numbers of neutrons.
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