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Positively charged [[subatomic particles|subatomic particles]]&nbsp;which are found in the [[Nucleus|nucleus]] of [[Atom|atoms]]. A [[Hydrogen|hydrogen]] atom contains 1 proton and 1 [[Electron|electron]] therefore a 1+hydrogen ion/ H<sup>+</sup>&nbsp;(which has lost its electron) can be said to be a proton.&nbsp;  
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Positively charged [[Subatomic particles|subatomic particles]]&nbsp;which are found in the [[Nucleus|nucleus]] of [[Atom|atoms]]. A [[Hydrogen|hydrogen]] atom contains 1 proton and 1 [[Electron|electron]] therefore a 1+hydrogen ion/ H<sup>+</sup>&nbsp;(which has lost its electron) can be said to be a proton.&nbsp;  
  
A proton is a subatomic particle with a [[Charges|charge]] of +1.60x10<sup>-19&nbsp;</sup>c and a [[Mass|mass]] of 1.67x10<sup>-27&nbsp;</sup>kg. It is a baryon and so consists of 3 [[Quarks|quarks]], two [[Up quarks|up quarks]] and one [[Down quarks|down quark]], it can therefore feel the [[Strong nuclear force|strong nuclear force]]. It's [[Antiparticle|antiparticle]] is the [[Antiproton|antiproton]].&nbsp;<sup></sup>  
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A proton is a subatomic particle with a [[Charges|charge]] of +1.60 x 10<sup>-19&nbsp;</sup>c and a [[Mass|mass]] of 1.67 x 10<sup>-27&nbsp;</sup>kg. It is a baryon and so consists of 3 [[Quarks|quarks]], two [[Up quarks|up quarks]] and one [[Down quarks|down quark]], it can therefore feel the [[Strong nuclear force|strong nuclear force]]. It's [[Antiparticle|antiparticle]] is the [[Antiproton|antiproton]].&nbsp;<sup></sup>  
  
 
The [[Isotope|isotope]] of [[Hydrogen|hydrogen]]- H<sup>1</sup><sub>1, </sub>also known as [[Protium|protium]], is made up of one proton (no electrons) and so is the lightest [[Element|element]].
 
The [[Isotope|isotope]] of [[Hydrogen|hydrogen]]- H<sup>1</sup><sub>1, </sub>also known as [[Protium|protium]], is made up of one proton (no electrons) and so is the lightest [[Element|element]].

Latest revision as of 13:31, 18 January 2019

Positively charged subatomic particles which are found in the nucleus of atoms. A hydrogen atom contains 1 proton and 1 electron therefore a 1+hydrogen ion/ H+ (which has lost its electron) can be said to be a proton. 

A proton is a subatomic particle with a charge of +1.60 x 10-19 c and a mass of 1.67 x 10-27 kg. It is a baryon and so consists of 3 quarks, two up quarks and one down quark, it can therefore feel the strong nuclear force. It's antiparticle is the antiproton

The isotope of hydrogen- H11, also known as protium, is made up of one proton (no electrons) and so is the lightest element.

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