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What subatomic particles are found in the nucleus?

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What subatomic particles are found in the nucleus?

Fundamental Particles:

The fundamental, or elementary, particles are particles that have no structure of their own, which means that unlike other particles (like atoms), they cannot be broken down into even smaller particles. The fundamental particles are separated into two main categories. There are the fermions, which are particles of matter (like the electron), and bosons, which are particles of force (like the photon).

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The subatomic particles found in the nucleus are protons, neutrons, quarks, and gluons.

An atom is composed of a nucleus surrounded by electrons held...

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