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Is one proton,one hydrogen and one protium same? Also if the mass of all of them is equal or not

Is one proton,one hydrogen and one protium same? Also if the mass of all of them is equal or not

Grade:8

1 Answers

Sri ADITYA Deevi
21 Points
4 years ago
No, all the three are different . ● Hydrogen`s nucleus consists of 1 proton and electron orbiting around the nucleus. ☆Mass= mass of (proton+electron+neutron (If any)).● Protium is the first isotope of hydrogen. ☆Mass= mass of (proton+electron).●Proton is a positively charged particle. ☆Mass= 1.0078 u.

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