The number of protons is less than the number of electrons in an atom.
Atoms become negatively charged when it gains an electron
No. An electron is negatively charged but it is not an atom. It is a subatomic particle and the negatively charged component of an atom.
Ionic compounds are composed of negatively and positively charged atoms.
Atoms that are positively or negatively charged, called ions, are charged because they have gained or lost electrons from their neutral configuration.
Postive charged atoms are protons. Negative charged atoms are electrons. Nutrons have no charge.
Electrons are the negatively charged particles in atoms. This is not an entertainment and arts question.
The negatively charged atomic particle is called a electron.
Electrons are negatively charged and are found with protons and neutrons in atoms.
negatively charged and takes up most of the atoms space Takes up most of the atoms mass and is negatively charged
Yes, there are negatively charged atoms. In each atom, there are protons, which are positively charged, neutrons, which are neutrally charged (neither positive or negative), and lastly electrons, the negatively charged particles that travel outside of each atom in an electron cloud. So yes, there are negatively charged particles in each atom.
No, ions are.
Atoms lose electrons to form positively charged cations and have cations smaller size. Atoms gain electrons to form negatively charged anions and hence they have larger size.
Atoms are neutrally, positively, or negatively charged.
A charged atom is an ion.
No. Every atom has a positively charged nucleus surrounded by negatively charged electrons.Unless you are talking about antimatter. The atoms of antimatter have negatively charged nuclei and surrounded by positively charged positrons
Doubly negatively charged oxide ions, singly negatively charged fluoride ions, and neon atoms are isoelectronic with triply negatively charged nitride ions.
because they will attract if a negatively charged object is brought close to it since it contains protons which are negatively charged.
No. Helium atoms in the gas state are neutrally charged.
atoms are made up of positively charged protons, negatively charged electrons and electrically neutral neutrons
They become negatively charged
That is a negative ion.
they die off