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  1. anonymous
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    Explain the main aspects of atomic structure What are the subatomic particles, where are they located and what are their charges?

  2. Ramzy197
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    sub atomic particles are electrons. protons and neutrons they carry the charges that are specific to them so the electrons carry a charge of -1 the protons +1 and neutrons do not have charge. an atom is made up of those three sub atomic particles and an atom has a nucleus which is made up of neutrons and protons so have a positive charge due to the protons and the electrons are in different energy levels around the nucleus. hope it helped :)

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    thank you so much :) Is it cool if i hit you up for more questions later on? @Ramzy197

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    awh im glad it helped and sure xD

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