# Atomic Physics – 6

6. Nucleus is :

(a) positively charged
(b) negatively charged
(c) neutral
(d) charge keeps on changing

Explanation
Explanation : The nucleus of an atom contains two things : protons and neutrons. Neutrons have no charge and protons have positive charge, the overall charge of the nucleus is positive.

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