PATRICK'S ASSIGNMENT

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  • Hi Atom! Are you the one that is said to be the small building blocks of matter?!
  • Yes! That's right and I have three subatomic particles namely: Protons, Neurons and Electrons.
  • Oh sure! Protons are particles that are positively charged. Then electrons are the particles which are negatively charged. Lastly neutrons, from the word itself, these are the particles that are neutral.
  • You said "SUBATOMIC PARTICLES" right? Can you explain them to me?
  • AAAWWWEEESS SOOOOMMMEEE!!!!! I want to know more atom! PLEASE?!
  • More about me?! Sure!! So I have a specific atomic number, which is determined by the number of my protons.
  • I also have my atomic mass, which is determined when you add the number of my protons and the number of my electrons.
  • WOAH! COOOOOLLL!! Uuhhhmmm ... Atom can I ask you some questions?
  • Sure Mr. Brain! Go on
  • First, what will be the charge if protons and electrons have the same number?
  • Lastly, a particle that differ in the number of protons from the number of neutrons is called an Isotope.
  • And lastly, what do you call a particle that differ in the number of protons from the number of neutrons?
  • For your first question, it will be neutral or basically it have no charge.
  • Second, what do you call a particle that differ in the number of protons and electrons?
  • Second, a particle that differ in the number of protons and electrons is called an ion.
  • Thank you for the wonderful conversation Mr. Atom! See you again! Bye!
  • No problem Mr. Brain! Have a nice day! See you!
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