Most of the Mass of the Atom Is Located?

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Most of the mass of an atom is concentrated in the protons and neutrons contained in the nucleus. Each proton or neutron weighs about 1 amu, and thus the atomic mass in always very close to the mass (or nucleon) number, which indicates the number of particles within the core of an atom; this means the protons and neutrons.
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