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A(n) _____ is a particle with the mass of an electron, but with a positive charge. A. alpha particle B. proton C. positron D. beta particle
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User: A(n) _____ is a particle with the mass of an electron, but with a positive charge. A. alpha particle B. proton C. positron D. beta particle

Weegy: An atom is made up of B. electrons, protons, neutron.
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A positron is a particle with the mass of an electron, but with a positive charge.
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