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Which of the following is false regarding the structure of atoms? A. Most of the mass is in the nucleus. B. Atoms are naturally electrically neutral. C. The nucleus is a very small region of the
atom. D. Losing a proton affects only an atom's mass and charge.
D. Losing a proton affects only an atom's mass and charge. That is incorrect. IF an atom loses a proton it is no longer the same atom.
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User: Which of the following is false regarding the structure of atoms? A. Most of the mass is in the nucleus. B. Atoms are naturally electrically neutral. C. The nucleus is a very small region of the atom. D. Losing a proton affects only an atom's mass and charge.

Weegy: D. Losing a proton affects only an atom's mass and charge. That is incorrect. IF an atom loses a proton it is no longer the same atom.
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User: What surrounds the nucleus in shelss or clouds.

Weegy: The answer is electrons
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