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Is an electron attracted to a neutron?

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No, electrons "orbit" the nucleus, which is composed of protons and neutrons.stil they do govern there position and the path which they move in for if they where not there the electrons would be moveing differently( that is to say the telephone hole does not affect you driveing down the road but you shore cant dive through it )

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