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Q: This subatomic particle adds the least amount of mass to an atom and is called the A. proton. B. neutron. C. electron. D. proton and neutron.
A: Answer is D.An electron has far less mass than either a proton or neutron-statement about subatomic particles is true.
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User: This subatomic particle adds the least amount of mass to an atom and is called the A. proton. B. neutron. C. electron. D. proton and neutron.

Weegy: Answer is D.An electron has far less mass than either a proton or neutron-statement about subatomic particles is true.
yumdrea|Points 2485|

User: The mass of one atom would best be measured in this unit: A. amu B. gram C. milligram D. microgram

Weegy: A. amu
rhovy06|Points 234|

User: Which of these particles are equal in number when an atom is neutral? A. protons, neutrons B. protons, electrons C. neutrons, electrons D. protons, neutrons, electrons

Weegy: The proton of an atom has a positive charge, while the electron is negative.
vonna79|Points 558|

User: These two particles have approximately the same mass: A. proton, neutron B. proton, electron C. neutron, electron D. All atomic particles have very different masses.

Weegy: Neutrons and Protons have the same mass.
kuracha|Points 32|

User: The particle that determines the identity of an element is the A. proton. B. photon. C. neutron. D. electron.

Weegy: The answer is A. protons.
eikcid|Points 1344|

User: Electrons are found in the A. nucleus. B. atomic zone. C. zone of electrons. D. electron shells or cloud.

Weegy: Electrons are found in the electron shells or cloud.
wisbest|Points 2834|

User: The mass of an electron is A. about the same as a proton's mass. B. about 100 times less than a proton's mass. C. much less than the mass of a proton or a neutron. D. exactly equal to the difference of the proton and neutron's mass.

Weegy: a
selymi|Points 11671|

User: The charge of single electron A. is 0. B. is -1. C. depends on how many surround the atom. D. depends of which element the atom belongs to.

Weegy: B. is -1.
bikbak04|Points 942|

User: The electron shell model is a simplified version of a more accurate model. Electrons really reside in the A. atomic zone. B. electron zone. C. electron cloud. D. electrically-charged aura.

Weegy: . B. electron zone
bikbak04|Points 942|

User: Exit What is the maximum number of electrons that can exist in the first shell surrounding an atomic nucleus? A. 2 B. 4 C. 8 D. It depends on what the element is.

Weegy: Each shell can contain only a fixed number of electrons; the 1st shell can hold up to two electrons.
raxyao|Points 71|

User: What is the maximum number of electrons that can exist in the second shell surrounding the nucleus? A. 2 B. 4 C. 8 D. It depends on what the element is.





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