it was great to be able to listen , read and wright the information all at once
I am so glad you liked it!
Well it was easy and not hard at all.
Well it wasn't as hard as i thought it would be. There was a lot of writing though
how come there cant be a carbon 11
If the protons attract the electrons what keeps the neutrons in the nucleus ?
Carbon-11 does occur but it only lasts in nature for about 45 minutes. THere are actually 15 or so carbon isotopes ranging from Carbon-8 all the way to Carbon-22. The most common, though, are Carbon-12, CArbon-13, and Carbon-14. The force that holds neutrons and protons together in the nucleus is called the strong force or the strong nuclear force. The binding of protons and neutrons in the nucleus is actually made by particles even smaller than protons and neutrons called quarks. These are what makes up protons and neutrons and they are actually responsible for the protons and neutrons staying in the nucleus. You will certainly learn more about these in high school and college chemistry.
Sound interesting thanks for the clarification
I know this has nothing to do with science. but if I am at home how can I get access to the social studies textbook?
use the password: ga11hist
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