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The answer is 92 because the atomic number reveals information about the protons and electrons in the element. Do not get this confused with the atomic mass. Neutrons in an atom are found by subtracting the number of protons to the atomic mass in the element. (Which is 82, and is also...Read More

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How can the aluminium have 14 protons if the atomic number is 13??? I thought that the atomic number was equal to the amount of protons and electrons, can someone help me pleaseeeeee

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Two types of fundamental particles exist in the world fermions and bosons. Fermions particles have mass, spin (angular momentum), and charges. Bosons do not have mass and have an angular spin that is a whole integer (positively or negatively charged 1, 2, 3…). Fermions, on the other...Read More

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To understand the differ nice between en electron neutrino and a normal neutrino, it must first be understood what a neutrino is. A neutrino is a subatomic particle that is neutral. It’s mass is zero, has a half-integer spin, and rarely interacts with matter. When a subatomic lepton...Read More

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They say that the electron is weightless because it is so small that it can barely be seen. There are also other reports stating that perhaps it is not true that electrons exist because there are not enough details that will show that they are actually there.
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According to the Heisenberg Uncertainty Principle, the main reason why it will be hard to detect the movement of the electron in a quantum field is that the electrons do not have their own specific locations. They also do not have a direction of motion so trying to understand their movement...Read More

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Cathode ray tubes are technology used to ultimately procure a picture. A cathode ray tube takes an incoming electronic signal and turns it into an electron stream, which creates an image he combined with certain substances. More specifically, negative electrons are deflected by the cathode to...Read More

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In a cryogenic gas or liquid, such as neon or helium, an electron bubble is the empty space around a free electron. Electron bubbles are very small, measuring approximately 2nm in diameter when at atmospheric pressure. There is also theoretical probability that a 2s electron bubble exists. This...Read More

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If your element had 14 protons, it would be silicon, not aluminum. As soon as you add that one extra proton, it becomes an entirely different element, therefore, this question is invalid.

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The elementary charge on an electron is at 1.60217662 × 10-19 coulombs. Some say that since an electron has a negative charge, there should be a negative sign before the actual charge. The charge of protons and electrons are always the same but the charges will be different.
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