The Atomic Nucleus Is Impossible To Contain

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The Atomic Nucleus Is Impossible To Contain

The Atomic Nucleus Is Impossible To Contain

Answer :

 

It cannot contain electrons, because atoms only contain neutrons and protons. The electrons can move around the nucleon.

Detailed discussion of Nukleon

The atomic nucleus is the inner part which consists of protons and neutrons. Protons have a positive charge, while neutrons do not electrical charge at all. Atoms have an overall neutral charge because of the equal number of protons and neutrons. Stores most of the atomic mass and determines its chemical properties. The nucleon is also the place where nuclear reactions take place.

 

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