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    Determining the amount of subatoms?

    ^3_1\text{H}^\text{+}
    I'm lost whether if I'm doing it right or not.
    This is what I got.
    Protons=3
    Electrons=2 (Because positively charged, right?)
    Neutron=2
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cthul View Post
    ^3_1\text{H}^\text{+}
    I'm lost whether if I'm doing it right or not.
    This is what I got.
    Protons=3
    Electrons=2 (Because positively charged, right?)
    Neutron=2
    Last time I checked an electron had a negative charge, so my interpretation is that you have a bare tritium nucleus with one proton and two neutrons for a total of 3 particles

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