A Negatively Charged Particle Is Called?

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A negatively charged particle is referred to as an electron. Electrons do not contain components or substructures. Therefore, an electron is generally thought to be an elementary particle. Electrons play a very critical role in our daily lives; for instance, they make human beings stand on a flat surface a without sinking, as a result of a mutual repulsion.
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