Why Are Atoms Uncharged?

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Atoms are uncharged when they are in the neutral state. This is when the number of protons and electrons are equal. The protons cancel out the electrons.
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One where the number of protons (+) equal the number of electrons (-). one were the proton cancels out the electrons Ex. -5 +5 makes 0 uncharged atoms
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Normally they are uncharged. This is because they have an equal number of protons (positive) and electrons (negative) this balances out making them uncharged. There are, however,
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Uncharged atoms is one with the number of protons ( equal the number of
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