if anybody tell me is the of hydrogen and carbons nucleus is same or not.please explane it deaply
The size of the nucleus varies depending on the type of atom, but on average it has a diameter of about 10^-15 meters.
The nucleus is significantly smaller than the overall size of the atom, which is mostly made up of the electron cloud surrounding the nucleus.
Yes, the size of a nucleus can change through nuclear reactions such as fusion or fission.
The size of the nucleus does not have a direct impact on the properties of an element. However, a larger nucleus may have a higher mass and a different number of protons and neutrons, which can affect the element's stability and reactivity.
Yes, there is a limit to how small or large a nucleus can be. The smallest known nucleus is the hydrogen-1 nucleus, while the largest known nucleus is the uranium-238 nucleus. As the number of protons and neutrons in a nucleus increases, it becomes increasingly unstable.