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which of the following are correct statements ? a. an electron is a negatively charged particles in the nucleus b. a neutron is a neutral particle c. an electron is a positively charged particle that orbits the nucleus d. a proton is a positively charged particles in the nucleus

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    a. The electron is not in the nucleus. b. Sure, why not. c. Electron is negatively charged d. Sure, if you fix the grammar.

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    b and d again ;)

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