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  1. MajicMuzyk
    • one year ago
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    In a neutral atom, the number of protons is ______ the number of electrons. A) more than X B) less than C) equal to * X = Answer*

  2. Sheradon.burkett
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    Each proton brings a +1 change to the atom, and each electron -1. Neutron are neutrals. So the only way to get a neutral atom is to have as many +1 as of -1, hence number of electrons and number of protons must match... the correct answer is C

  3. MajicMuzyk
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    Still wrong. Thank you for helping me so I don't get that wrong.

  4. Sheradon.burkett
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    haha you're very welcome... just keep trying.. you'll get it in time :D

  5. MajicMuzyk
    • one year ago
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    Thnx.

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