What Is the Basic Structure of an Atom?


The basic structure of an atom is composed of electrons, protons and neutrons. The protons and neutrons are always in the centre of the atom. The electrons move around the centre of the atom in areas known as orbitals.
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The basic structure of an atom is a nucleus which is composed of neutrons and protons, surrounded by a ring (or rings) called electron levels or electron shelves. These are, as you may have guessed, filled with electrons.
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