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If the dartboard above is used to model an atom, which dart indicates where the protons and neutrons are located?29
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If the dartboard above is used to model an atom, which dart indicates where the protons and neutrons are located?
If an atom has 14 protons, 14 neutrons, and 14 electrons, what is the charge of the atom's nucleus?
Which of these best describes one of the subatomic particles that could be found at location x in the model of the atom shown?
it has a mass and no charge
it has no mass and an equal number of positive and negative charges
it has a large mass and a negative charge
it has no mass and a positive charge30sSCI.8.5A
What is the charge of the atom below?Users enter free textType an Answer30sSCI.8.5A
The following is a model of a neutral atom. According to the information given, what is the name of this atom?
Look at the drawing below. How many electrons are found in the neutral atom?
How many positively charged particles are in an atom of magnesium?Users enter free textType an Answer30sSCI.8.5A
How many negatively charged particles are in an atom of carbon (C)?Users enter free textType an Answer30sSCI.8.5A
If an atom has 12 neutrons, 14 electrons, and 12 protons, what is the atom's charge?Users enter free textType an Answer30sSCI.8.5A
How many neutrons would the atom in the diagram below contain in its nucleus?
How many neutrons does the atom below contain in its nucleus? Use your periodic tables to get the total mass of the atom, but identify the atom first using the number of protons.Users enter free textType an Answer30sSCI.8.5A
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