What Is the Centre of an Atom Called?

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The centre of an atom is called the nucleus. The mass in an atom is made up from the protons and neutrons in the nucleus. The nucleus is bound together by a strong force called nuclear force.
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The central part of an atom is known as the atomic nucleus: it consists of protons, which carry positive charge and neutrons, which carry no electric charge.
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