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What are the subatomic particles of manganese?

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10/07/2007

Subatomic particles are the same for all substances that exist everwhere. So to ask "What are the subatomic particles of manganese?" is really not a good question. Manganese is an element. And like all elements, it is made up of atoms. Atoms are made up of.......subatomic particles! (Moledule)(Cation)(Ion)===>Element====>Atom====>Subatomic particle The are three basic subatomic particles: protons, electrons and neutrons. If you really want to get anal about it, you can also find out what neutrons are made up of. I would tell you, but I forgot!