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User: Match the atomic particles with their characteristics. 1. made of two protons and two neutrons alpha 2. similar to an electron; positive charge beta 3. orbits nucleus; negative charge meson 4. bundle of energy; zero charge neutron 5. found in nucleus; positive charge electron 6. very unstable; +, -, or zero charge proton 7. found in nucleus; zero charge gamma 8. negative particle; negative charge neutrino 9. atomic energy converted to mass positron Question #3MultipleChoice Score: Why can't alpha particles penetrate deeply into solids? Alpha particles have low mass.Alpha particles have high mass.Alpha particles have low velocity.Alpha particles have high velocity. Question #4MultipleChoice Score: Beta particles cannot penetrate very far into solids because they: have low velocityhave negligible masshave no massare confined to orbits Question #5MultipleChoice Score: The stability of atomic nuclei seems to be related to the ratio of: protons to electronsneutrons to protonsisotopes to neutronsneutrinos to gamma rays Question #6MultipleChoice Score: Isotopes of elements have different: atomic massesatomic numberselectron shellsnumbers of protons Question #7TrueFalse Score: It is possible for a particular element to have various numbers of neutrons. TrueFalse Question #8MultipleChoice Score: Why can gamma rays pass through or penetrate solids?: Gamma rays have low mass.Gamma rays have high mass.Gamma rays have low velocity.Gamma rays have high velocity. Question #9MultipleChoice Score: The atomic mass of carbon-13 is 13. It has six protons. How many neutrons does this isotope have? 671319 Question #10MultipleChoice Score: The atomic mass of an element is equal to the number of: protonsprotons plus neutronsprotons plus electronsneutrons

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The stability of atomic nuclei seems to be related to the ratio of neutrons to protons.
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