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A negatively charged particle that is part of every kind of matter?


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2008-09-11 02:19:38
2008-09-11 02:19:38

electron?

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Electrons are the negatively charged moving particles that are the part of every kind of matter and positively charged are called protons and neutral ones are called neutrons. They are a part of every matter.

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The negatively charged particles in an atom are the electrons. Every neutral atom has electrons and protons. All elements other than normal hydrogen have neutrons in the nucleus.

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No. Every atom has a positively charged nucleus surrounded by negatively charged electrons. Unless you are talking about antimatter. The atoms of antimatter have negatively charged nuclei and surrounded by positively charged positrons

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