Proton

One of the three fundamental particles in atoms. Protons carry a large positive charge, is of similar mass as the neutron but is 1836 times as heavy as an electron.

Proton

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Proton

Proton is a cultivated variety of potato.
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PROTON

The PROTON Ontology (PROTo ONtology) is a basic upper-level ontology that contains about 300 classes and 100 properties, providing coverage of the general concepts necessary for a wide range of tasks, including semantic annotation, indexing, and retrieval of documents. Its design principles can be summarized as: It was developed under the auspices...
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Proton

[supermarkets] Proton is a Greek based retail chain of independent retailers (primarily grocery shops) operating as a brand and buying group (or symbol group). All stores are independently owned. The parent company (ELETA LTD) is communally owned with each retailer owning a share. As of 2006, the Proton retail network consists of around 390...
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Proton

A subatomic particle having a mass of 1.0073 amu and a charge of +1, found in thew nuclei of atoms.
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Proton

One of the basic particles which makes up an atom. The proton is found in the nucleus and has a positive electrical charge equivalent to the negative charge of an electron and a mass similar to that of a neutron. A proton is a hydrogen nucleus. In our diagrams, a proton is represented by this:
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Proton

A positively charged elementary particle. A proton is 1836 times heavier than an electron.
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Proton

the positively charged elements of the nucleus of an atom. A hydrogen atom without its electron amounts to a single proton charge.
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Proton

The proton is one of the basic particles that make up an Atom . The proton is found in the Nucleus and has a positive electrical charge equal to the negative charge of an Electron . It has a mass similar to that of a Neutron . The number of protons in an atom defines the Atomic Number and hence the type of Element present.
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proton

[n] - a stable particle with positive charge equal to the negative charge of an electron
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Proton

An atomic particle, part of the nucleus, that has a positive electrical charge.
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Proton

An elementary particle with unit atomic mass approximately and unit positive electric charge.
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Proton

Protons are sub-atomic particles. They carry a positive electrical charge (qp = +1.602 x 10-19 C). They have a mass of mp = 1.673 x 10-27 kg
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Proton

The central nucleus of an atome is formed from protons and neutrons.The nucleus of a hydrogen atom has a single proton. A member of the baryonand hadron families of elementary particles.Click on an item to paste into clipboard or use clipboard symbol at end to clipboard all values proton mass 1.67262158e-27 kgClip proton-muon mass ratio 8.88024408 ...
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Proton

A subatomic particle having a mass of 1.0073 amu and a charge of +1, found in thew nuclei of atoms.
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proton

(p+) Compare with electron and neutron. An elementary particle found the atomic nucleus with a positive charge equal and opposite that of the electron. Protons have a mass of 1.007276 daltons.
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proton

Proton is a stable elementary particle of unit positive charge and spin 1/2. Protons and neutrons, which are collectively called nucleons, are the constituents of the nucleus.
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Proton

is a basic particle with a charge of +1 and a mass of 1g/mol (amu).
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Proton

a sub-atomic particle, positively charged, in the nucleus of atoms.
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Proton

A positively charged subatomic particle found in the nucleus.
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Proton

One of the three fundamental particles in atoms. Protons carry a large positive charge, is of similar mass as the neutron but is 1836 times as heavy as an electron.
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Proton

Particle found in a nucleus with a positive charge. Number of these gives atomic number.
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proton

Particle found in a nucleus with a positive charge. Number of these gives atomic number.
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proton

One of the three fundamental particles* that make up atoms. Of the three fundamental particles, protons are the second largest by mass. They have a positive electrical charge of +1.6 × 10-19 C.
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