yadu123
  • yadu123
The nuclear particle carrying a charge of +1e is the
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chestercat
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yadu123
  • yadu123
electron neutron or proton
anonymous
  • anonymous
proton has a charge of +1e an electron has a charge of -1e (electron is often written as an e with a minus 1 on the super script to denote it's negative charge) In the fact +e and -e you are using, it is taken from electron and a neutron as the name implies(neutron from neutral) is neutral (no charge on it)

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