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The nucleaus of an atom is made up of particles that have a positive charge and (blank) that have no (blank).

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    particles should be Protons. the blanks- neutrons have no charge

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    thanks ! can u help me with more please?

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    I can try

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    the nucleus makes up blank of the mass of the atom. Most of an blank is made up of negatively charged blank.

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    the nucleus make up most of the mass of the atom (about 99.9 %)

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    great thanks

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    one last one the 97 of the protons and neutrons are almost blank to each other while the blank of the electrons is blank

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    for the 2nd part of the question- I don't know the first blank off hand but electrons are the negatively charged particles

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    is the last question dealing with a certain atom?

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    im not sure its just a sentence that i need to fill in

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    is it dealing with the element berkelium by chance?

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    idk...

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    if so the number of electrons and protons are both 97 and the number of neutrons 150

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    okay thank you so much for ur help! i really appreciate it :)

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    you're welcome. did you fan me?

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    never mind. I asked that too late

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