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Which part of the atom determines its chemical properties? A. electron B. neutron C. nucleus D. proton

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    However, the properties of the electrons of an atom are determined in large part by the number of protons present in the nucleus of the atom. The number of neutrons generally has a neglegible effect upon the properties of the electrons which are of chemical significance.

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    i dont get iit

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    @hick4life you got that from google

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    Electrons do. Specifically the outermost electrons,called valence electrons

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    yeahhh

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    so electrons is it

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    Do you mind giving me a medal?

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    @thatawesomebguy

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    ya thnx

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    i did it :)

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    thank you :)

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    thnx your awesome

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    lol thanks :)

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