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Are atoms bigger than neutrons true or false?
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False. Only a square number greater than 1 is always bigger than its root. For example, the root of 16 is 4, but the root of 1/16 (0.0625) is 1/4 (0.25) and the square r…oot of 1 is 1.
False. It is true for every positive number greater than 1, this includes non-integers, and any number less than zero. Numbers between 0 and 1 have squares smaller than their …principal square root.
This would be false. The atomic number is equal to the number of protons and the neutrons are the number you add to protons to equal the mass number (to find round the atomic …weight).
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
No, protons and neutrons are in the nucleus and the electrons orbit around the nucleus. This all happens inside the atom.
False as a generalization but true for some isotopes. The atomic number is the number of protons in a nucleus, which may coincidentally be the same as the number of neutrons b…ut is not required to be.
True, except for the pluralization of "atom" to "atoms".
False. A neutral atom needs the same number of protrons and electrons.
the answer is false
False. The center of an atom is called the atom's nucleus. Thisnucleus may, or may not, contain one or more neutrons.
Yes. The electron is the smallest whole particle.
This is true.
I do not know about Native Americans, but I do know that a clan is a part of a tribe in Africa so I would say that a tribe is bigger than a clan. A tribe is actually a group o…f clans.
True, at least as far a chemical properties go. The number of neatrons does affect how a nucleus behaves in nuclear physics, however.
Yes, neutrons are bigger than quarks; it takes three quarks to make a neutron, and the whole is larger than the components. Based on the current understanding of the force… between the quarks, we also have an idea of how far apart they are within the neutron.