That would be the strong nuclear force. It is called the strong force because it is the most powerful of the 4 fundamental forces; typical field strength is 100 times the strength of the electromagnetic force, 1013 times as great as that of the weak force, and about 1038 times that of gravitation, according to Wikipedia. It is also sometimes called the color force, however this has no relation to the visible color we commonly refer to.
The strong force.
The mass number of an atom is the number of particles (protons and neutrons) in an atomic nucleus.
Alpha particles are scaterred by the atomic nucleus.
Splitting an atomic nucleus is atomic fission. Fusion is the fusing or "forcing together" of particles or lighter atomic nuclei that then "stick together" to form a heavier atomic nucleus. Use the links below to learn more.Apex= Fission (Ryan Mcaphee =] )
They are protons and the neutrons. Electrons are another sub-atomic particles but they revolve around the nucleus.
protons and neutrons
Subatomic particles are protons and neutrons, which are found in the atomic nucleus, and electrons, which are found in the electron cloud surrounding the nucleus.
Protons are the positive particles in the atomic nucleus.
neutrons and protons
protons, and neutrons.
The three main subatomic particles are the protons and neutrons inside the atomic nucleus, and the electrons, located in the electron cloud outside of the atomic nucleus.
The particles in the nucleus of an atom are the protonsand the neutrons. We call particles that make up the atomic nucleus nucleons, and this word is just a way to say "the particles that make up an atom's nucleus" in an abbreviated manner.
In basic chemistry and physics the sub atomic particles are protons and neutrons
Outside the nucleus you have the electrons. Inside the nucleus are the protons and neutrons
The positively charged particles in an atomic nucleus are protons.
An atomic nucleus consists of protons and neutrons.
Number of protons in the nucleus is the atomic number.
It is not quite correct to say that neutrons are the glue that holds an atomic nucleus together. Use the link below to the related question to see what actually holds an atomic nucleus together.
This is the well known gold foil experiment: alpha particles are scattered by the atomic nucleus.