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Why must the number of protons and atoms in an element be the same?

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If you mean protons and. electrons. then protons are positive and electrons are negative, so the protons and electrons cancel each other out leaving the atom stable. If the numbers were uneven, the atom would be unstable and decay, but that doesn't
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