Problem: All matter is made up of atoms. An atom has a nucleus consisting of positively charged protons and unchanged neutrons. Negatively charged electrons are found outside of the nucleus of the atom.Part A. Match each property to the appropriate subatomic particlessymbol e, -1 charge, 0 charge, symbol n, symbol p, +1 charge Part B Sort the subatomic particles according to their masses.Drag each subatomic particle into the correct binneutron, proton, electron

FREE Expert Solution

For Part A. We're being asked to match each property to the appropriate subatomic particles.

Let's determine the common properties of each subatomic particles:

Neutrons: The subatomic particles that carry a neutral (0) charge and found within the nucleus. 

86% (112 ratings)
View Complete Written Solution
Problem Details

All matter is made up of atoms. An atom has a nucleus consisting of positively charged protons and unchanged neutrons. Negatively charged electrons are found outside of the nucleus of the atom.


Part A. Match each property to the appropriate subatomic particles

symbol e, -1 charge, 0 charge, symbol n, symbol p, +1 charge
 


Part B Sort the subatomic particles according to their masses.
Drag each subatomic particle into the correct bin

neutron, proton, electron

Frequently Asked Questions

What scientific concept do you need to know in order to solve this problem?

Our tutors have indicated that to solve this problem you will need to apply the Subatomic Particles concept. You can view video lessons to learn Subatomic Particles. Or if you need more Subatomic Particles practice, you can also practice Subatomic Particles practice problems.