IN THE NUCLRUS OF A CELL,THERE ARE PROTONS AND NUTRONS.HOW CAN THE PROTONS IN THE NUCLEUS OF A CELL BEING POSITIVELY CHARGED STAY TOGETHER WHEN LIKE CHARGES REPEL AGAINST EACH OTHER
Asked by shridharabhat | 24th Aug, 2016, 07:01: PM
The reason protons and neutrons stick together is because of the strong nuclear force. The strong force is much more powerful than the electrical repulsion between protons, but the particles have to be close to each other for it to stick them together.
Answered by Arvind Diwale | 26th Aug, 2016, 11:40: AM
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