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Is oxygen a bigger atom than carbon?

Yes it is. Oxygen has 8 protons and 8 neutrons, while carbon has 6  protons and 6 neutrons (on average). Therefore, because oxygen has  more protons and neutrons it is bigge

Is neutron star bigger than nebula?

No. A neutron star is quite small, generally only a few miles  across. A nebula is light years across.

Is an atom bigger than a germ?

no a germ is much larger than an atom

Is electron bigger than atom?

No because an electron is only one part of an atom.

Is it true that 0.099 is bigger than 0.1?

No not at all, you see 0.1 is equivalent to 0.10 or 0.100 or ever many zeros you would like to add after the 1 the value will stay the same. So you see, 0.1000 is bigger than

Is an element bigger than an atom?

  element is composed of same kind of atoms. Thus, we can say element is bigger than atom.

Is a neutron bigger than an atom?

No, protons and neutrons are in the nucleus and the electrons orbit around the nucleus. This all happens inside the atom.

Is an atom bigger than a cell?

No. Cells are made of molecules, and molecules are made of atoms, and atoms are made of neutrons, protons, and electrons. Yes. Most people don't know it, but solar systems are

What is true about the neutrons of an atom?

Study Island -The neutrons do not affect how the atom interacts with other atoms, but they do have an effect on the mass and stability of the nucleus

Is it true or false atomic bombs work by atomic fisson?

yes, both true & false. They can work either by fission or some combination of fission & fusion. Most modern nuclear bombs use both fission & fusion to optimize for mission,

Atom with more neutrons than protons?

All atoms of a given element have the same number of protons, but some atoms have more neutrons than other atoms of the same element and therefore weigh more. These different