Subject: Why don't neutrons have temporary charge?
Date: Fri Apr 23 05:23:04 1999
Posted by Alan Thomson
Grade level: 10-12
School: The Leys
City: Cambridge State/Province: No state entered.
Area of science: Physics
Temporary Van der Waal inter-molecular forces occur because of
an unbalance in electrons. Surely, if Neutrons are made of
three quarks(down, down, up, I think) there should be some
temporary unbalance sometimes which would cause a dipole. Does
this ever happen?
Re: Why don't neutrons have temporary charge?
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