I suppose you mean if protons had negative charge. The atom would then have positrons surrounding it rather than electrons. Neutrons would be unaffected.
Electrons are found outside the nucleus of the atom and they have negative charge.
Electrons move in circular orbits around the nucleus, this is because there is an electrical attraction between the negative charge of the electron and the positive charge of the protons in the nucleus. The reason why electrons have a negative charge is because without that charge, the positively charged protons would repel the electrons and one another.
Neutrons have zero charge, so a nucleus with 5 protons and 5 neutrons has the same charge as a nucleus with 5 protons and 6 neutrons: the charge on both is +5.Electrons have a negative charge, so if you had 5 protons, 5 neutrons and 5 electrons, the net charge would be 0. (But electrons aren't found inside the nucleus; they "orbit" around it. Their "orbits" are crazy complicated and aren't exactly orbits the way planets have--but that's a different question.)
It would have a neutral charge, niether negative nor positive.
The neutron has no charge so changing the number of neutrons in the nucleus would not change the charge of the nucleus.
it would have a negative charge
This is chemistry bro and that would be an electron.
In the strictest sense, the nucleus is made up of neutrons and protons. Thus by ignoring the affects of the electron, the nucleus would be considered positive. The neutrons are, by nature, neutral and exhibit no charge, thus the protons, which are positive, would give the the nucleus a positive charge. Consider the H+ species, without the electron, it is positive. Other considerations would be Ca(2+) or any other positively charged species, where the electrons are missing and the charge of the nucleus is observed.
Gaining an electron that has a negative charge would negatively charge the atom.
The subatomic particle that has a positive charge is called a proton. A proton can be found in the nucleus, the centre of the atom. Around the nucleus negative charged particles, called electrons, revolve at various speeds.
the nucleus is the control center of the entire atom the nucleus of an atom has 3 basic subatomic particles: -the electrons which orbit the outside of the nucleus, electrons have a negative charge -the protons which are inside the nucleus and have a positive charge -neutrons which are also inside the nucleus have a neutral charge because they are neither positive nor are they negative something you need to know about protons and neutrons: the mass of the atom equals the protons plus neutrons and the atomic number of an atom tells how many protons are in an atom really being in the nucleus. The nucleus of an atom can best be described as the part of the atom with the biggest mass. It contains an atom's protons and neutrons.
the nucleus always has a positive charge. The atom on the other hand in its singular state will have no charge as the electrons negative charge counter the protons positive charge. in this example there will be 31 electrons The element would be Gallium but there are not enough neutrons in your question to even make a viable isotope. Gallium typically has 31 protons and 39 neutrons
It is always positive because the electrons (which are negatively-charged) are orbiting outside the nucleus and as compared to the positively-charged protons in the nucleus, you can say that the charge of the nucleus is always positive. The charge would then depend on the proton number.
The nucleus has a positive charge because it is inhabited by protons and neutrons. Protons have a positive charge and neutrons are neutral, so even if there was one proton and 10 neutrons, the nucleus would still have a positive charge.
The nucleus of an atom containts protons and neutrons. Protons have a positive charge while neutrons have no charge at all. So your answer would be Neutrons.
Electrons have a negative charge. Anti-Protons can be synthesized in certain cases, and also have a negative charge, although they would not be part of normal matter.
The neutron is in the Nucleus and has a neutral charge whereas the proton that is also in the Nucleus has a positive charge. the electrons, which have a negative charge, are in concentric circles around the nucleus. If the atom had an atomic number of 16 then the electrons would be positioned like this; 2 in the first circle, 8 in the next and 6 in the final. The last number shows what row of the Periodic Table that atom of the element is in. Hope I helped. 2000AD
An atom with more electrons than protons will have a negative charge because electron has a negative charge and proton has a positive charge.
It would have a charge of -1 (negative one).
it would have a net negative charge.
I believe you mean charging by contact as in electrons hitting the atom- then I suppose it would be a negative charge, because an electron is negative and it would make the charge of the opposing atom negative.
It would have a negative charge. It would be a negative ion with a 2+ charge.Remember: when an atom gains electrons they become NEGATIVE.when an atom loses electrons they become POSITIVE.
Ion. A positive charge would make it a cation,and a negative charge would make it anion.
An object having a negative charge has more electrons than it would have in its neutral state.
it would be charge