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The nucleus of an atom has a neutral charge because the protons and electrons cancel each other out. Answer True False
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User: The nucleus of an atom has a neutral charge because the protons and electrons cancel each other out. Answer True False

Weegy: The nucleus contains: protons and neutrons. i hope this is helpful. :)
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User: The law of fixed proportions states that Answer The amount of energy in the universe is fixed. Elements come together in fixed rations to make compounds. The amount matter in the universe is fixed: it cannot be created or destroy, but can be rearranged.

User: Gaining neutrons makes an element Answer more positive in electrical charge more negative in electrical charge have no change in electrical charge

User: A neutral carbon atom has a ________________ charge, while a carbon atom that has gained electrons has a _________________ charge. Answer neutral, positive neutral, negative negative, positive

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The nucleus of an atom has a neutral charge because the protons and electrons cancel each other out. TRUE.
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The law of fixed proportions states that elements come together in fixed ratios to make compounds.
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Gaining neutrons makes an element: have no change in electrical charge.
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A neutral carbon atom has a neutral charge, while a carbon atom that has gained electrons has a negative charge.
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