Q. 3 I4.4( 8 Votes )

Answer the following:

Why is an atom neutral in spite of the presence of charged particles in it?

Answer :

In an atom, the number of electrons outside the nucleus is equal to the number of positively charged particles in the nucleus. Hence the atom is neutral (no charge).



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