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Shilpa Shekhawat Grade: Upto college level
        

What are the two substances found in the nucleus of an atom?  How do they differ from each other?

8 years ago

Answers : (2)

Prashant Sahay
19 Points
										

They are protons and neutrons. Protons have an atomic mass of 1 and a positive charge while neutrons have an atomic mass of 1 and are neutral.

8 years ago
Prabodh Yadav
31 Points
										

The two substances found in the nucleus of an atom are Neutrons and Protons.They are also reffers to as "Nucleons" as they reside in the nucleus of an atom!Proton has a positive charge while neutrons are electrically neutral!
The proton has a charge of +1 elementary charge!Their mass by convention is said to be 1.


neutrons too have a mass of 1

7 years ago
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