Atomic Particle That Has No Charge?

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A charged atomic particle is subatomic unit that consists of protons, neutrons, and electrons. The electron which was the first particle to be discovered has a negative charge of 1.6 — 1019 coulomb. The centre of the atom consists of the neutrons, which are neutral and the protons which have a positive electrical charge.
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A charged atomic particle refers to a particle of an atom of a particular entity that has a sub atomic electrical charge of either positive for a proton, negative for an electron and neutral for neutron for neutral charges at a free state. Neutrons have no electrical charge and are said to help hold the protons together.
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