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Atomic Structures

Moffet-Atomic theories and parts of the atom.

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What is a neutron? A neutron is a sub-particle that has no charge and is inside te nucleus.
What is a proton? A proton is a sub-particle that has a positive charge and is inside the nucleus.
What is a electron? An electron is a sub-particle that has a neative charge and is found around the nucleus in electron clouds.
What is atomic mass? Atomic mass is the total mass of protons and neutrons in an atom.
What is the nucleus? The nucleus is the center of the atom and is made up of both protons and neutrons.
What is an electron cloud? An electron cloud is the area in an atom which electrons can be found.
What is an atomic number? The atomic number is the number of protons in the atom.
What is the mass number? The mass number is the number of both protons and neutrons in the atom.
Created by: trapasso