||Who is regarded as the Father of Modern Chemistry?
||The positively charged part at the centre of an atom is called as –
||Constituents of the atomic nucleus are –
||Proton and neutron
||A single type of atom is found in –
||The atomic nucleus was discovered by –
||In an atom, neutron was discovered by –
||Higgs Boson is also known as –
||Much discussed ‘God Particle’ is –
||‘God particle is –
||Which particle is free of charge?
||Which particle has zero charge?
||The alpha particle carries two positive charges. Its mass is very nearly equal to that of –
||Nucleus of an atom of helium
||The Nucleus of Helium has –
||Two protons and two neutrons
||Which elements does not contain neutrons?
||In an atom, the order of filling up of the orbitals is governed by –
||Regarding the atom of a chemical element, the magnetic quantum number refers to –
||The number of electrons and neutrons in an element is 18 and 20 respectively. Its mass number is –
||What is the mass number of an element, the atom of which contains two protons, two neutrons and two electrons?
||The number of neutrons in the nucleus of plutonium nuclide (94Pu242) is –
||The atoms, in which the number of protons is the same but the number of neutrons is different, is known as –
||Isotopes are those atoms of the same element which have –
||Atomic mass is different but atomic number is same
||Isotopes is that nucleus of atomic nuclei in which –
||Number of protons is same but number of neutrons is different
||The neutronic group, in the following, is –
||6 C14, 7 N15, 8 O16
||Radioactivity is measured by –
||Radioactivity was discovered by –