The mass of an atom is the sum of the masses of protons and neutrons....

pattypoo906

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2022-12-29

The mass of an atom is the sum of the masses of protons and neutrons. True or False

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2022-12-30Added 13 answers

The combined masses of protons and neutrons make up an atom's mass. The mass of an electron is 11837 times more than the mass of a proton, while the mass of a neutron is marginally larger than that of a proton (which is negligible and hence not considered).
Answer is true.

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