Why do protons resist being squeezed together?
because they hate each other
Strong nuclear force is the force that keeps the protons and neutrons in the nucleus of an atom. Being stronger than the electromagnetic force at very close distances, the strong nuclear force prevents the protons from repelling. Even more fundamentally, the strong nuclear force binds quarks together, which are the fundamental constituents of protons and neutrons.
Protons and electrons are held together in the atom through the electrostatic force of attraction. However, the electrostatic works between any particles, so it should affect protons and protons by making them repel each other and therefore blowing the nucleus of an atom apart. This does not happen because there is a second force at work; the strong nuclear force which (at separations larger than 0.5 femtometres to 3- 4 femtometres) is a attractive force…
They can help some vegetation. The downsides of course being that they are harmful to people, they cause diseases, and they can mutate to resist antibiotics. They can be used for making soap, yeast, and help some vegetation. The downsides of course being that they are harmful to people, they cause diseases, and they can mutate to resist antibiotics.
Why do socialist workers resist capitalism and capitalist workers resist socialism if each is being harmed by his own sociopolitical structure?
ANSWER: It is very easy to resist temptation, especially if we are married. It may sound lame but as long as you know who you are and what you wanted in life, you can resist temptation. Yes we are all human and can make mistakes no matter what, but if we use the excuses that we are human being and always going to make mistakes, we're not going to have value about our life.
No, there is no requirement that the number of protons equal the number of neutrons. In fact, this gives rise to the various isotopes of a given element (Different isotopes will have different numbers of neutrons, while sharing the same number of protons). The number of protons is what generally defines an element. By being "uncharged" the atom is understood to have the same number of electrons as protons. Neutrons, being neutral, do not carry…