Atom

 

Stable, neutral state of nucleus (protons and neutrons) and surrounding electrons. The nucleus of an atom is about 100000 times smaller than the size of atom as a whole (electrons included), which depends on an atom in question, but is typically given by several tenths of a nanometer. Different atoms known to chemistry and physics are listed in a schematic and informative manner in a periodic table of elements.

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The smallest unit of a chemical element, about a third of a nanometer in diameter in diameter. Atoms make up molecules and solid objects

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A particle, made up of a nucleus and one or more orbiting electrons, which is the basic unit of a chemical element.

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The smallest particle of a chemical element (about three ten-billionths of a meter in diameter). Atoms are the building blocks of molecules and solid objects; they consist of a cloud of electrons surrounding a dense nucleus a hundred thousand times smaller than the atom itself. Nanomachines will work with atoms, not nuclei.

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The smallest unit of a chemical element, about a third of a nanometer in diameter. Atoms make up molecules and solid objects.

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The smallest unit of a chemical element, about a third of a nanometer in diameter. Atoms make up molecules and solid objects.

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The smallest unit of a chemical element, about a third of a nanometer in diameter. Atoms make up molecules and solid objects.

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The smallest unit of a chemical element, about a third of a nanometer in diameter in diameter. Atoms make up molecules and solid objects.

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The smallest partical of a chemical element, about a third of a nanometer in diameter. Atoms make up molecules and solid objects. They are composed of three types of charged particles; protons (positive), neutrons (neutral), and electrons (negative).

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The smallest unit of a chemical element, about a third of a nanometer in diameter. Atoms make up molecules and solid objects.

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