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Relative Size of: Atoms, Nucleus, Neutrons and Electrons

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Curtis Knapp

on 12 September 2011

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Transcript of Relative Size of: Atoms, Nucleus, Neutrons and Electrons

Relative Size of: Atoms, Nuclei,Neutons and Protons.
By Curtis Knapp Size Of An Atom/ Atomic Diametre The Atomic Diametre of an atom is about 10 metres. -11 Size Of A Nucleus A Nucleus' diameter varies on the amount of protons and neutrons. Size of a Neutron
And Proton A Neutron and Proton are the same size which is 10 metres. -15 Size Of An Electron An electron is about 10
metres -18 Nucleus and Atomic Diametre The nucleus has a diameter 10,000 times smaller than the atom.

If the nucleus was the size of a golf ball the electron shell would be 1km away. Electrons, Protons And Neutrons If an electron was the size of a grain of rice, a proton/neutron would be the size of 2000 grains of rice. Electron and Nucleus If an electron was the size of a grain of sand, the nucleus would be the size of a marble. The End
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