all subatomic particles have mass
All subatomic particles have mass.
Mass, electrical charge, spin.
All subatomic particles contribute to this mass but the contribution of electrons is extremely small.
Technically all subatomic particles have mass. However, the electron is so small that it was once considered to have no mass. Wrong, both photons and gravitons are subatomic particles with no mass.
The electron has the smallest mass between subatomic particles: 9,10938291(40).10-31 kg.
The 3 subatomic particles are: protons, neutrons and electrons.
Protons and neutrons are subatomic particles in mass. The nucleus determines the atomic mass.
Subatomic particles have mass, dimensions, spin, sometimes have an electrical charge.
The properties of subatomic particles differ by their mass, charge and 'spin'
Subatomic particles differ in mass by roughly a factor of 1800.
the quark has the smallest mass in an atom, but there are lighter subatomic particles
Protns and neutrons.
The subatomic particles protons and neutrons are close in size and mass, though the neutrons are a bit larger.
The neutron is the subatomic particle that has appreciable mass and lacks a charge.
Electrons are negatively charged subatomic particles, but have almost no mass. The mass of an electron is about 1/2000 that of a proton or neutron. The neutron is the most massive of the subatomic particles at 1.6755 x 10-24 grams.
Neutrons and protons are two subatomic particles that have about the same mass.
neutrons and protons
protons and neutrons are subatomic particles and adding the two amounts together gives you the atomic mass unit
The 3 subatomic particles are: proton, electron, and neutrons I think you should write that down:)
Protons and neutrons have about the same mass.
The three main subatomic particles are the proton, neutron, and electron. Of these three, the electron has the least amount of mass at about 0.0005 amu or atomic mass units.