BriellShaw
  • BriellShaw
ILL MEDAL AND FAN ANYONE WHO HELPS( ONLY THE CORRECT ANSWER WINS) AND I NEED A DEFINITION OR EXPLANATION WHY YOU CHOSE THE ANSWER Which is NOT a particle found in an atom? proton electron motron neutron
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  • chestercat
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anonymous
  • anonymous
Motron. Easy
anonymous
  • anonymous
proton - positively charged item electron - negatively charged item neutron - neither potive or negative
anonymous
  • anonymous
motron does not exist

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anonymous
  • anonymous
positive**
xMissAlyCatx
  • xMissAlyCatx
You will not find a motron in an atom.
XtremeToastr
  • XtremeToastr
Motron sounds like a transformer, (o.o)
anonymous
  • anonymous
Hello i am motron defender of earth TRANSFORMERS GO!!!!!
anonymous
  • anonymous
xDDDD
XtremeToastr
  • XtremeToastr
yes
xMissAlyCatx
  • xMissAlyCatx
Calm yourselves kids. xD
XtremeToastr
  • XtremeToastr
(O.o)
XtremeToastr
  • XtremeToastr
or a mask i use.
anonymous
  • anonymous
@BriellShaw the answer is motron, because in an atom only proton, neutron, and electrons exist.
BriellShaw
  • BriellShaw
Thank You @Anwar786 for the correct answer and DEFINITION
anonymous
  • anonymous
Your welcome @BriellShaw

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