What Kind of Charge Does a Neutron Have?

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A neutron does not have any type of charge; it is neutral. A proton has a positive charge, and an electron has a negative charge. Protons and neutrons are found in the nucleus of the atom, and electrons surround the nucleus in electron clouds.
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The neutrons doesn't carry a charge. They're neutral - ts' why they're called "neutrons".
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Neutrons can be found free in outer space, and they are emitted by certain radioactive elements. Free neutrons have a half-life of only 10.3 minutes; however, by far the majority
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Neutron are neutral that is have no charge protons are positively charged while electrons are negatively charged.
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Protons have a positive charge & neutrons have no electrical
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Neutron has possible the easiest charge to remember, Neutron = Neutral hence the name! In comparison Protons have a positive and electrons a negative charge. The easiest way to remember it is N for Neutral P for Positive and then the odd one out, E for Negative.
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