Does a neutron have a positive charge?
No, a neutron is neutral meaning it has no charge. Please check your grammar before posting a question. Do nuetrons have a positive charge? Would be much better.
A proton has a positive charge, where as a electron has a negative charge, and a neutron has no charge.
A neutron has no charge.
No. neutron has no charge.
No. A neutron has zero charge.
a proton is a POSITIVE charge, an electron is a negative charge and a neutron is neither positive or negative. a neutron is neutral.
Proton has positive charge. Electron has negative charge and neutron has neutral charge.
The proton is a positive subatomic particle, but the neutron is not. The neutron has a neutral charge or zero charge.
neutron has no charge
The proton has a positive charge, while the neutron has no charge.
A neutron carries no electric charge, a proton carries a positive charge and an electron carries a negative charge.
The proton has a positive charge. The electron has a negative charge. And the neutron has a no charge.
Proton, Electron, and Neutron +- = ----- So basically, Negative Charge-Electon Positive Charge- Proton Neutral Charge- Neutron
The charge on a neutron is zero. It has no electrical charge; it is a neutral particle. As the name suggests, the neutron is neutral, with neither positive nor negative charge.
The neutron! The proton has a positive charge (1+), the electron has a negative charge (1-), and the neutron has no charge
No. A neutron has a neutral charge hence given the name neutron. That means a neutron is neither positive nor negative.
Protons have a positive change.
A neutron has and neutral charge. It's doesn't have a positive or negative charge.
Proton is Positive charge. Neutron is no charge. Neutron derive from the word neutral Electron is negative charge.
No. A neutron is neutral, while a proton has a positive charge. Incidentally, an electron has a negative charge.
The proton has a positive charge. The neutron has no charge.
A neutron has no charge (0) while a proton has a positive charge of 1
Proton, neutron, and electron. A proton has a positive charge. A neutron is neutral (no charge) and an electron has a negative charge.
proton positive neutron neutral electron negative
neutral : neutral charge
no charge its neutral, protons are positive and electrons are negative.
A neutron has zero charge.
They have a charge of 0 so i guess they are neutral ..!
The proton and neutron. The proton has a positive charge and the neutron has no charge. The electron orbits the nucleus and has a negative charge.
Charge of electron is negative and charge of proton is positive and charge of neutron is neutral because it contains proton and neutron
Protons have a positive charge, Neutrons have no charge at all, and electrons have negative charges.
It has a neutral charge because "neu" means neutral A nuetron has no charge. No, a neutron has no charge. Just bunch of protons and electrons. No charge. (Neutral.) From my understanding a neutron doesn't have a charge it is just the electrons(negative) and the protons(positive).
because a proton has a positive charge and a neutron has a neutral charge so the proton's charge is the one that gets named
The question does not make sense. A neutron is neutral NOT positive. When a neutron decays, it forms a positively charged proton and a negatively charged electron and an antineutrino.
The main difference between a proton and a neutron is that the proton has a positive charge of one, and the neutron has no charge. They have approximately the same mass, but the neutron is slightly heavier.
A Proton has a positive charge. A Electron has a negative charge. A Neutron has no charge.
protons have a positive charge and neutrons have no charge...
Yes it is incorrect. The correct charge is neutral.
A neutron has a + or positive charge in the center of a atom grouped up with a proton. PS. neutron=positive proton=zero electron=negative quart=unknown just extra information
Yes and no - an atom has no charge - it is neutral because it contains equal numbers of positive and negative charges. A neutron has no charge at all, ever.
the charge of a proton is called positive charge neutron- negative charge electron- no charge
Proton: positive charge Neutron: neutral Electron: negative charge
A neutron, also a neutrino
A neutron is a part of the atom that has a Neutral charge so to say. The atom is composed of an electron, proton, and neutron. Electrons have the negative charge, Protons have a positive, and neutron has no charge. Remember it as in "Neutron is neutral" or "neutron is no". A free neutron (outside of an atom that is) has a half-life of less than 15 minutes.
A proton has a positive charge of +1 An electron has a negative charge of -1 An neutron has no charge
A negative charge is found in an electron, a positive charge is in proton, and a neutral charge is in an neutron.
Neutron: Charge: neutral Electron: Charge: negative Proton: Charge: positive
I am going to borrow heavily from the answer to "Why do electrons have a negative charge?" Protons have a positive charge because the charge is part of what the particle is made of. If it were possible to remove the positive charge from the proton we would then have a neutron.
A negative charge: Protons = positive charge. Neutron = neutral charge. Electron = negative charge.
Neutrons have a neutral charge. Protons(positive) and electrons(negative) are the particles in an atom that contain a charge. neutral