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Subject: Why isn't everything made of neutrons?

Date: Tue May 4 14:30:16 1999
Posted by Richard Hills
Grade level: undergrad School: Leicester University
City: Leicester State/Province: No state entered. Country: UK
Area of science: Physics
ID: 925846216.Ph

I have been told the most probable place to find a 1s electron in 
an atom is at the nucleus. 

What forces are involved in neutron formation and why doesn't it 
happen all the time from the attraction from the opposite 

Although there are other forces involved in the heart of the atom 
I can't see why they would be responsible for the repulsion 
between electron and neutron.

I am asking as everyone who I've tried to ask seems to avoid the 
question, as if its a foregone conclusion.

Re: Why isn't everything made of neutrons?

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