There are only two stable subatomic particles, Protons and Neutrons.
Protons: Positive charge, 1amu
The "atomic number" of an element gives the number of protons in its nucleus.
Neutrons: No charge, makes up rest of the Atomic Mass, 1amu each
The nucleus of every element contains one or more of each kind of stable subatomic particle, except for hydrogen which has ONE proton, but no neutrons
the nucleus of the atom
The protons and neutrons present in the nucleus makes up for the weight of the atom.
yes they are what makes up the atom
Protons and (usually) neutrons.
The atomic nucleus makes up most of the atom's mass. The nucleus contains the Protons and Neutrons and make up 99.999% of the mass of an atom.
The center of the atom is the nucleus formed from protons and neutrons.
Nulcules is made up of proton and neturn.
The nucleus makes up most of the mass and the other things in the atom make up the rest.
The nucleus of an atom is made up of protons (positive-charged) and neutrons (neutral-charged).
The nucleus. Consists of protons and sometimes neutrons.
The nucleus has the most mass, and what makes up the nucleus is the neutrons and the protons. And Protons=Electrons.
Neutrons and protons[This is true, except for the nucleus of Hydrogen which is only ONE proton, no neutrons in it!]
Neutrons are found in the nucleus. There are also protrons in the nucleus. Electrons are around these. This is what makes up an aton
Empty space makes up most of the volume of an atom. The nucleus (protons and neutrons) make up most of the mass.
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Protons and Neutrons [except for the nucleus of Hydrogen which is only ONE proton, no neutrons in it]The nucleus of an atom is made up of positively charged protons and neutrally charged neutrons.Protons and Neutrons, which are in turn made up of quarks.
In the nucleus of an atom are the protons and neutrons. The neutrons have no charge. Whereas the protons are positively charged - this makes the nucleus of an atom positive. Orbiting the nucleus are electrons - negatively charged particles. There are the same number of electrons orbiting the nucleus as there are protons in the nucleus: this makes the atom neutral. Hope that helped :)
There is a simple difference between a nucleus and a nucleon. A nucleus is at the center of an atom, and it is that collection of particles, protons and neutrons, that make up the nucleus of that atom. Because atomic nuclei are composed of protons and neutrons, we have come up with the term nucleon to describe any particle that makes up an atomic nucleus. That means either a proton or a neutron, when we talk about them as part of the nucleus of an atom, can be properly called a nucleon. The nucleus of an atom is said to be made up of nucleons. It's just that simple.
The nucleus of an atom is made up of protons and neutrons.
The nucleus of an atom comprises protons and neutrons.
The neutron in an atom is always found in the nucleus. It is a nucleon (a particle making up an atomic nucleus), and, with a proton (which is also a nucleon) or protons, makes up all the elements other than (most) hydrogen.In the nucleus along with the protons.
The vast majority of the mass of an atom is the nucleus which in all elements except hydrogen, is composed of protons and neutrons.
Most of the mass is in the nucleus; most of the volume is in the electron "cloud".