True or false
the nucleus of an atom does not change when the atom undergoes a chemical reaction.
true or false
an atom does not react with other atoms if it has the same number of protons as it has electrons.
true or false
all of an atom's electrons can interact with the electrons of other atoms to form bonds.
The nucleus contains protons and nuetrons while the electrons are in the electron cloud surrounding the nucleus
the nucleus is surrounded by electrons
the answer for this question is true
The neutrons and the protons are what stay there
Atoms are just mostly empty space, in fact about 99.99 infinitely percent of an atom is just empty space. We don't actually touch anything, not really. You never make solid contact with an object, but in fact what you're touching is that objects electrostatic field, or otherwise known as it's electron shell. You don't simply pass through an object because like charges repel eachother, the shell and your atoms, which creates the illusion that you're actually touching the object, when in fact your just touching it's invisible electrostatic shell.
If an atom gains an electron, it will have a NEGATIVE charge. Protons are positive charges, neutrons are neutral charges, electrons are negative charges. Add an electron that out-weighs the net-charge, which is 0, then you'll have an anion, or a negative charge.
The nucleus of an atom is indeed the center of an atom, the most dense area. This carries all of the weight (practically). The nucleus is indeed made up of positive and neutral charges, with an outer shell of negative charges. This is true.
The nucleus of an atom is composed of neutrons and protons, while the electrons are outside of the nucleus.
the green part are neutrons
orange for the protons
blue for the electrons
in the analysis of systems that involve fluid flow, we frequently encounter the combination of properties u and pv.
the nucleus of an atom does not change when the atom undergoes a chemical reacti...