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Why atom is electrically neutral? 

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Atom of an element is electrically neutral because it contains equal number of proton & electrons. In other words in an atom of an element number of positive charges (protons) are equal to number of negative charges (electrons) . Hence they cancel each other & as a result atom becomes charge-less or neutral. 

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