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12 December, 20:35

Prove that an electron cannot exist in the nucleus

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  1. 12 December, 20:59
    We can say this is proved because electrons are having negative charges. If they lie inside the nucleus, they will be neutralised by the positive charges. Thus, the atom will have no charged particle and unstable. But an atom has both positive and negative charges.
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