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Kenyons Atom stack

Qustions on the atomic structure

How many distinct particles make up an atom? Three
What are the names of the three particles? Protons, nuetrons and electrons.
Where are protons found? At the center of the atom?
what is the electric charge on a proton? a +1 charge
What is the approximate mass on a proton? 1 amu
Where is a neutron found in a atom? at the center of the atom
What is the neutrons main job? To hold the protons together.
What is the electric charge on a neutron? There is no charge.
Where is an electron found in an atom? It is in constant movement.
What is the mass on a electron? Virtually nothing
What is the charge on an electron? a -1 charge
If an atom is neutral, what do you know about the number of protons compared to the number of electrons? They will be the same
Created by: KenyonWP5