Asked in Organic Chemistry
Are nuclei held together by electrical forces?
Does NA-CL held together by a coulombic attraction?
Radioactive substances consist of nuclei that can't be held together by the what?
Asked in Physics, Planetary Science, Gravity
What holds the universe togather?
What do delocalised valence electrons moving between nuclei do?
Asked in Chemistry
What are substances that are held together by physical forces not chemical?
Asked in Biology, Atoms and Atomic Structure
The atoms of a molecule are held together by forces of attraction called?
Asked in Chemistry, Particle Physics
What type of forces holds subatomic particles together?
What forces hold the atom together?
Where dose nuclear energy come from?
atoms's sub-particles electron neutron and proton are held together by very strong nuclear force if we supply energy enough these forces tend to break and along with disintegration of atoms it releases lot of energy. nuclear energy comes from breaking these forces by the methods of fission(breaking the particle from large nuclei to small nuclei) while fusion (combining two small nuclei into bigger nuclei of atoms) energy produced in fusion is much larger as compared to fission
Asked in Chemistry
Molecules are held together by intermolecular forces?
Asked in Stars
What forces hold a star together in stellar equilibrium?
Asked in Atoms and Atomic Structure
Atoms are held together by what?
Atoms are held together by a few forces, depending on how small you look. Quarks (the sub-atomic particles that make up protons and neutrons) are held together by gluons. Protons and neutrons are held together by the strong nuclear force. The nucleus and electrons are held together by the electromagnetic force.
Asked in Metal and Alloys
How are the ions in solid magnesium oxide held together?
Asked in Chemical Bonding
How atoms are held in place in a covalent compound?
Are Neutrons and electrons are held together by strong forces true or false?
Which force holds atoms together in a molecule or crystal?
Asked in Astronomy, Earth Sciences
What happens to force at subatmoic levels?
There are 4 types of forces: gravity, electromagnetic, strong, and weak. Atoms are held together by electromagnetic forces, the nucleus is held together by the strong force. The nucleus contains neutrons and protons which are made up of quarks, which are held together by a type of strong force called a gluon.