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Name the three subatomic particles. How are they different from each other ?
The three subatomic particles are:
- Electron: It is represented by e it has a unit negative charge and possesses mass equal to 1/1837 times that of a proton.
- Proton: It is represented by +1p1. It has a unit positive charge. Its mass is equal to the mass of a hydrogen atom.
- Neutron: It is denoted as 0n1. It has no charge on it. Its mass is almost equal to the mass of hydrogen atom.
Concept: Fundamental Subatomic Particles Present in an Atom: Electrons, Protons, Neutrons
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