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Which force keeps electrons in orbit around the nucleus? A. weak nuclear force B. strong nuclear force C. electromagnetic force D. gravitational force
The electromagnetic force keeps the electrons in orbit around the nucleus.
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The electromagnetic force keeps the electrons in orbit around the nucleus.
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