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Having no electric charge, the neutron was the ideal bullet to shoot into an atom, able to penetrate the nucleus and destabilize it.
In an atom, the protons and neutrons hang out in the center, or nucleus.
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The familiar protons and neutrons that make up the atomic nucleus are examples of baryons.
Those energy-producing organelles are inherited from a mother and have their own DNA, distinct from the genetic information — from both parents — that’s stored in a cell’s nucleus.
Alternatively, the detector might contain a minute amount of tritium, a radioactive form of hydrogen with two neutrons in its nucleus.
When outside the confines of an atomic nucleus, a neutron decays into other particles in about 15 minutes on average.
Any epithelial cell may be so granular from degenerative changes that the nucleus is obscured.
Each contains one irregular nucleus or several small, rounded nuclei.
Occasionally the nucleus is irregular in shape, "clover-leaf" forms being not infrequent.
Wright's stain gives the nucleus a deep purple color and the cytoplasm a pale robin's-egg blue in typical cells.

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