The three common subatomic particles are protons, neutrons, and electrons. Protons are found inside the nucleus and have a positive charge. Electrons are found outside of the nucleus and have a negative charge.
Electrons have the smallest mass of any subatomic particle Protons and electrons have exactly opposite charges Protons and neutrons have approximately the same mass They can have antiparticles They have magnetic and electric properties They have a lifetime They have a spin
Do you mean Charges? There is the Proton which has a positive or + charge. An electron which has a negative or - charge. And a nuetron that has no charge. There are other sub-subatomic particles i don't think they have charges though.... not sure on that one.
particle whose dimensions is less then that of atom are said to be subatomic particle . they may be charged or uncharged .eg neutron is uncharged subatomic particle where as electron ,proton , positron are charged subatomic particle.