Neutrons: Facts about Impacting Subatomic Particles

Neutrons are small subatomic particles that, along with protons, make up the nucleus of one corn.

While the number of protons determines the element of an atom, the number of neutrons in the nucleus can vary, resulting in different isotopes of an element. For example, normal hydrogen has one proton and no neutrons, but hydrogen isotopes deuterium and tritium have one and two neutrons respectively besides the proton.

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