What Is the Smallest Particle of Matter?


The smallest particle of matter is an atom. An atom is defined as a basic unit of matter that is made up of a dense central nucleus. It is usually surrounded by a cloud of electrons that are negatively charged.
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fermions are. Ferminons are quarks and leptons. Leptons make up electrons and quarks make up protons and nuetrons.
Quarks are the smallest particles in the world.
Quarks are the smallest known, however some theories believe that you can keep splitting particles forever, thus in theory there is no such thing as the smallest particle of matter.
Electrons are fundamental particles, which means no particle is known to make up an electron. Electrons are what give an atom of an element its charge; you can change the number of
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Matter is commonly known as anything that takes up space. The smallest visible particle of matter is an Atom. An Atom is made of a nucleus in the center which acts as a core. It is surrounded by negative electrons.
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