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anonymous

  • one year ago

help meh Which subatomic particles are in the nucleus of an atom? A. electrons only B. protons and neutrons C. neutrons only D. protons and electrons

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  1. anonymous
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    b

  2. Michele_Laino
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    nucleus of an atom is composed by protons and neutrons. Each proton and neutron is, in turn, composed by three quarks

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    Protons and neutrons are the part of nucleus and electron move in the orbit

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