Neutrons. They are neutral.
The electrical charge is not a particle.
The charge of an alpha particle is 2+.
the charge of a beta particle is -1
A Proton has a positive charge. A Electron has a negative charge. A Neutron has no charge.
the particle which is opposite in charge to the electron is the?
A gamma particle is an electron. It has a -1 charge.
Nuetron The subatomic particle with no charge is the neutron.
This is false. A neutron is an atomic particle that carries no charge. The electron is the atomic particle that has a negative charge.
An alpha particle has a charge of +2 (elementary charges). A beta particle has a charge of -1 (electron) or +1 (positron).
A Neutron is a particle that holds no charge. A Proton holds a positive charge, and an electron holds a negative charge.
A subatomic particle with a negative charge is an eletron, and a subatomic particle with a positive charge is a proton. A subatomic particle with no charge (equal balance) is a neutron.
Neutron is the subatomic particle with a neutral charge.
A neutron is a subatomic particle with no charge.
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A proton (H+) is the smallest particle with a positive charge.
There is only one. Electron is a particle with negative charge.
The electric charge of an alpha particle is positive. An alpha particle is a helium nucleus (which being a nucleus has a positive charge)
This particle is the neutron.
gamma ray has a zero charge not beta particle
The charge of an alpha particle is 2+ and the symbol is α2+.
An alpha particle has the charge 2+ and the mass 4.
The particle with no charge in the nucleus of an atom is a neutron
The nuclear particle that has no charge is the neutron.
An electron is an example of a subatomic particle with a negative charge.