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For questions specifically about neutrons - subatomic particles denoted by the symbol n. They have no net electric charge. Also see [radioactivity]. Also use [atoms] if your question is not specifically about neutrons.

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My chemistry teacher once told me, that every atom should have at least as many neutrons as protons, to keep the electrons from crashing into the nucleus. Protium, however, doesn't even have neutrons to begin with. How does this work? Or was my chemistry teacher wrong about this? …
asked Oct 7 '15 by Eowyn12