How do the atoms of a molecule stay together?
attraction of electrons and neutrons
through physical changes c
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What's your guess?
I think I'd go A?
Argh this is confusing because they are held together by magnetic forces BUT electrons and neutrons also contribute to the overall magnetic charge of the atom...
Basically, it's not A or D because:
1) Chemical bonds are formed between two compounds/molecules, they're not inside atomic bonds.
2)Physical change makes absolutely no sense.
If I were you I would go with C, Magnetic bonds.
what cs attraction of electrons and neutrons
Well, electrons have a negative charge and neutrons have no charge; however, protons have a positive charge.
Basically, every electron will be attracted to a proton; neutrons are only there to fill in the gaps. Therefore, there is no attraction between neutrons and electrons!
So yes, Magnetic Attraction is right!