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A small, positively charged particle of matter found in the atoms of all elements. Streams of protons generated by special equipment can be used for radiation treatment.
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A sub-particle of an atom that contains a positive charge.
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A subatomic particle with a single positive electrical charge, found in the nucleus of the atom.
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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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Solar activity levels with at least one high energy event (Class X Flares).
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Elementary particle with a positive electrical elementary charge and a mass of 1.67262158 · 10-24 g, which is equal to about 1836 times the electron mass. Protons and neutrons together form the atomi [..]
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A fundamental particle of matter. Provides a positive charge in the nucleus of an atom.
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A positively charged particle that is a fundamental component of the nucleus of all atoms.
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1920 in physics, coined by English physicist Ernest Rutherford (1871-1937) from noun use of Greek proton, neuter of protos "first" (see proto-), on analogy of electron; supposedly because hy [..]
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Click for a picture The quark structure of a proton (Source: Wikipedia: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Proton) One of the two main building blocks (along with the neutron) of the nucleus at the centre o [..]
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Positively charged particle of an atom that resides in its nucleus. See also Electron.
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positively charged subatomic particle.
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An elementary nuclear particle with a positive electric charge located in the nucleus of an atom.
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A positively charged elementary particle that resides in the nucleus of every atom.
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a positively charged particle in the nucleus of an atom. The number of protons determines the nature of an element: one proton for hydrogen, two for helium, etc.
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A positively charged elementary particle that resides in the nucleus of every atom.
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A particle of mass unity (approximately) carrying a unit positive charge; it is identical physically with the nucleus of the ordinary hydrogen atom. All atomic nuclei contain protons.
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A particle with a positive electric charge located in the nucleus of an atom.
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Positively charged constituent of all atomic nuclei. A proton is made up of three quarks. The number of protons in a nucleus is called the atomic number and determines the chemical element.
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A subatomic particle with an electric charge of 1 elementary charge.
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(pro´ton) A unit of positive charge in the nucleus of atoms. protoplasm
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A positively charged particle found in the atomic nucleus. The mass of a proton is about 1840 times that of an electron. protonema
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a stable, positively charged subatomic particle in the baryon family having a mass 1,836 times that of the electron.
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Positively charged particles in the nucleus of an atom.
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A subatomic particle with a single positive electrical charge and a mass approximately 1, 837 times that of the electron and slightly less than that of a neutron. Also, the nucleus of an ordinary or light hydrogen atom. Protons are constituents of all nuclei.
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positively charged particle found in the nucleus of an atom. 
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a small atomic particle, typically found within an atom's nucleus, that possesses a positive electrical charge. Even though protons and neutrons are about 2,000 times heavier than electrons, they [..]
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A proton belongs to the hadron family of particles. It is composed of two up quarks and one down quark, thus is a baryon. The charge on a proton is the same magnitude as that of an electron but is positive. The rest mass of a proton is 1.6726 × 10-27kg, about 1836 &times that of the electron. Hydrogen nuclei are protons. The antiparticle of a [..]
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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 o [..]
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The most common hadron, a baryon with electric charge (+1) equal and opposite to that of the electron (-1). Protons have a basic structure of two up quarks and one down quark (bound together by gluons [..]
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HP, EM 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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One of the constituents of atoms. Along with the neutron, the proton can be found in the nuclei (centers) or atoms. Protons have a positive electric charge, and are composed of two up quarks and a down quark.
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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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(particles) A positively charged subatomic particle forming part of the nucleus of an atom and determining the atomic number of an element; the nucleus of the most common isotope of hydrogen; composed [..]
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A positively charged subatomic particle having a mass of 1.6726485 x 10-27 kg and a charge equal and opposite to that of the electron.
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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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A positively-charged particle (baryon) consisting of two up and onedownquarks which is found in and makes up the atomicnucleus.
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An elementary nuclear particle located in the nucleus of an atom. The proton has a single positive electric charge.
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(n) a stable particle with positive charge equal to the negative charge of an electron
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A positively charged particle located in the nucleus of an atom (Lessons 8, 14, 23, 24)
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A basic particle in an atom’s nucleus that has a positive charge.
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A minuscule subatomic particle that carries a positive charge. Together with neutrons, protons comprise the nucleus of an atom.
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Elementary particle of positive charge, which forms the nucleus of the ordinary hydrogen atom of mass.
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The Proton is an elementary particle with high mass and an elementrary positive charge. The mass is the same like the mass of the electrical neutral neutrons and together with those it forms the atomi [..]
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Nuclear particle that has unit positive charge (+1) and a mass of 1u (atomic mass unit). The number of protons (proton number) in a nucleus determines which element the atom belongs to.
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Definition: (PRO-tawn) A small, positively-charged particle of matter found in the atoms of all elements. Streams of protons generated by special equipment can be used for external beam radiation ther [..]
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A positively charged particle. Protons and neutrons form the nucleus of an atom.
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The positively-charged particle of an atom.
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A basic particle in an atom's nucleus that has a positive electrical charge.
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A subatomic particle, located in the nucleus of atoms, having a positive electronic charge and a mass of 1.
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a sub-atomic particle, positively charged, in the nucleus of atoms.
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Particle found in a nucleus with a positive charge. Number of these gives atomic number. Back to top. Q
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a nuclear particle with a mass of 1.0073 amu and carrying a charge of + 1.
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Illustrated Glossary of Organic Chemistry Proton: (1) A hydrogen atom; 1H. A proton transfer reaction. The transferred proton is shown in red. All other protons are shown in blue. (2) A subatomic part [..]
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A proton is a particle found in the nucleus of every atom. It holds a positive charge (+). The mass of a proton is almost equal to the mass of a neutron. Electrons are much smaller than protons. More [..]
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an ion of hydrogen and one of the fundamental building blocks from which atomic nuclei are made.
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an elementary particle identical to the nucleus of a hydrogen atom, which along with neutrons, is a constituent of all other atomic nuclei. A proton carries a positive charge equal and opposite to tha [..]
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Stable Elementary Particles having the smallest known positive charge, found in the nuclei of all Elements. The proton mass is less than that of a Neutron. A proton is the nucleus of the Light Hydroge [..]
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Every uncharged atom has an equal number of positively charged protons (which are relatively big and sit in the nucleus with the neutrons) and negatively-charged electrons, which whuirl around on the [..]
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A proton is a subatomic particle found in the nucleus of every atom. The particle has a positive electrical charge, equal and opposite to that of the electron.
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Positively charged particle of an atom that resides in its nucleus.
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A positively charged subatomic particle with a mass of 1 amu
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Solar activity levels with at least one high energy event (Class X Flares).
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Subatomic particle that is found in an atom’s nucleus and possesses a positive electric charge.
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A positively charged elementary particle that resides in the nucleus of every atom.
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positively charged particle in nucleus
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A basic particle in an atom's nucleus that has a positive electrical charge.
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Solar activity levels with at least one high energy event (Class X Flares).
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