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2023 Atoms + Element

Lesson 10 What are the parts of an atom?

What is a proton? the part of an atom that has a positive charge, and is found in the nucleus.
What is a neutron? A part of an atom that is neither positive, nor negitive, and is found in the nucleus.
What is an electron? The part of an atom that has a negitive charge, and orbits the nucleus.
Whats the differance between a proton and an electron? A proton has a positive charge, an electron has a negitive charge.
What happens when there are an equal amount of protons and electrons in an atom? It has no charge.
Where is the nucleus located in the atom In the middle.
Is the atom the smallest particle in the universe? No.
Where are the electrons in an atom? Orbiting the nucleus.
ll matter is made up of tiny parts called what? Atoms
The main parts of an atom are? Protons, electrons, neutrons
Created by: Mr. L