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Something is neutral when there are just as many positive charges as negative charges. A normal atom has just as many positive protons in its nucleus as it has negative electrons orbiting around its nucleus.
Neutral? The core is positive, electrons are negative, and in many cases the result is neutral. It doesn't have to be, but if it isn't they are usually called ions, instead.
No Neutrons have no charge at all.-Olivia F.No they are neutral.no they are neutral protons are positive electrons are negative
In an atom, the positive charges are found in the nucleus. The nucleus contains protons and neutrons. The protons are positively charged while the neutrons are neutral.The negative charges can be found in the electrons which revolve around the nucleus.In a neutral atom, the number of positive charges (protons) is equal to the number of negative charges (electrons).
Neutrons do not have any electric charge at all but are neutral - hence the name. Even the neutron's antimatter menifestation, the antineutron, is neutral.
Protons have a positive charge, electrons have a negative charge, and neutrons are neutral and have no charge.
No, electrons are negative. Protons are positive, and neutrons are neutral.
electrons carry a negative charge. protons carry a positive charge. neutrons are neutral.
No. Protons are positive and neutrons are neutral. Electrons are negative.
Electrons carry a negative electrical charge. A neutron does not have a charge, it is neutral.
The overall charge of the atom is neutral. The nucleus contains neutrons (neutral) and protons (positive) making it positive. There are electrons (negative) outside the nucleus, so the positive nucleus and the negative electrons make the overall charge neutral.
Electrons are negative, protons are positive and neutrons are neutral.
Protons are positive Electrons are negative Neutrons are neutral
A negative charge:Protons = positive charge.Neutron = neutral charge.Electron = negative charge.
A molecule is the neutral particle formed when electrons are shared between atoms. The charge is neutral when electrons are shared, negative when they gain electrons, and positive when they lose electrons.
The nucleus of an atom contains the neutral neutrons and the positive protons. Negatively charged electrons orbit the nucleus.
electrons are always positive protons are positive neutrons are neutral and electrons are freaky deaky negative