Science & Environmental Facts : Why Does a Proton Have a Charge of One?
A proton has a charge of one because it is a convenient measurement used in physics to describe the positive electronic charge given off by a proton. Learn how the charge of a proton is equal to the same negative charge of an electron with information from a math and science teacher in this free video science lesson.
Expert: Steve Jones
Bio: Steve Jones is an experienced mathematics and science teacher.
Filmmaker: Paul Volniansky"
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