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An atom is the smallest unit of matter. A True B False

An atom is the smallest unit of matter.

A

True

B

False

 
 
 

Grade:11

5 Answers

Vikas TU
14149 Points
10 months ago
Dear student 
Atoms are defined as the basic building blocks of matter. An atom is composed of three particles, namely, neutrons, protons and electrons with hydrogen as an exception without neutrons. Every atom has a nucleus that bounds one or more electrons around it. The nucleus has typically a similar number of protons and neutrons which are together known as nucleons. The protons are positively charged, electrons are negatively charged and neutrons are neutral.
Mayank Ranka
askIITians Faculty 214 Points
10 months ago
 
Dear student 
Atoms are defined as the basic building blocks of matter. An atom is composed of three particles, namely, neutrons, protons and electrons with hydrogen as an exception without neutrons. Every atom has a nucleus that bounds one or more electrons around it. The nucleus has typically a similar number of protons and neutrons which are together known as nucleons. The protons are positively charged, electrons are negatively charged and neutrons are neutral.
ajay
100 Points
4 months ago
Atoms are defined as the basic building blocks of matter. An atom is composed of three particles, namely, neutrons, protons and electrons with hydrogen as an exception without neutrons. Every atom has a nucleus that bounds one or more electrons around it. The nucleus has typically a similar number of protons and neutrons which are together known as nucleons. The protons are positively charged, electrons are negatively charged and neutrons are neutral.
thanks 
ajay
100 Points
4 months ago
Atoms are defined as the basic building blocks of matter. An atom is composed of three particles, namely, neutrons, protons and electrons with hydrogen as an exception without neutrons. Every atom has a nucleus that bounds one or more electrons around it. The nucleus has typically a similar number of protons and neutrons which are together known as nucleons. The protons are positively charged, electrons are negatively charged and neutrons are neutral. 
bye
Vibhav S Chaudhary
27 Points
one month ago
thechnically no
because in an atom here are electrons and protons and neutrons and there are even smaller particles known as quarks

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