If nucleus have protons, then why they don't repel each other.. Or why atoms are stable
Protons are made up of quarks which are fermions..
Gluons are bosons that carries strong nuclear force between quarks.. So it bind it.. Or make atoms stable..
Strong nuclear force or strong interaction force is for very short range.. Range of nucleus.. But it is the strongest fundamental force in the Universe.
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⏩Two protons will also tend to repel each other because they both have a positive charge. On the other hand, electrons and protons will be attracted to each other because of their unlike charges.
▲Therefore,same charges always repell each other!
-firstly,I think you know that neutron has no charge.
And proton has positive charge when neutron added to the nucleus then size of nucleus become big So,the radius of proton is enough to overcome the positive charge.
So,some other charges overcome the electromagnetic repulsions force that's why protons held together.
answer is simple
☆chemical behavior of atom is entirey depends on electron configuration of an atom's
Since the electron is much smaller and lighter than a proton, when they are attracted to each other due to their unlike charges, the electron usually does most of the moving. This is because the protons have more mass and are harder to get moving.
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because protons are positively charged but neutron hold the protons .
Because protons is a positive charge and nucleons is a nagative charged then the proton and nucleons are doesn't repel..
Above my suggestion..
but neutrons are neutral in charge , means they have no charge .
In contrast to the attractive force between two objects with opposite charges, two objects that are of like charge will repel each other. That is, a positively charged object will exert a repulsive force upon a second positively charged object. This repulsive force will push the two objects apart.