It is considered neutral as it has no value.
A neutral atom will have a charge of ZERO
A neutron has a zero or neutral charge and is found in the nucleus of an atom.
"Neutral charge" doesn't exist; the meaning of neutral is zero electrical charge.
No; the name "neutron" is derived from its elecrical charge, which is zero (i.e., it is electrically neutral).No; the name "neutron" is derived from its elecrical charge, which is zero (i.e., it is electrically neutral).No; the name "neutron" is derived from its elecrical charge, which is zero (i.e., it is electrically neutral).No; the name "neutron" is derived from its elecrical charge, which is zero (i.e., it is electrically neutral).
Neutral is when the charge is zero. In the atom the sum of the positive and negative charges add to zero, thus making the atom neutral.
Yes. That is what it means to be electrically neutral.
The Atom is neutral because the charged particles sum to zero,m thus neutral. The positive charges are in the nucleus and the negative particles are the electrons. The sum is zero and the atom is neutral.
As the tern neutral might imply, the overall charge of a neutral atomis zero.
the answer is zero
When the compound is neutral
because the other electrons zero it out and which becomes a neutral charge
There should be zero voltage between neutral and ground.
Your question should read, 'Why does a neutral have zero potential?' 'Voltage' means 'potential difference', and you cannot have a potential difference at a single point. A neutral doesn't necessarily have zero potential although it is connected to earth (ground). This is because the potential of earth isn't literally zero; it's just considered to be zero, in the same way that sea level is considered to be zero in terms of height. Furthermore, there is often a voltage drop between the neutral and earth -in which case, the potential of the neutral can be several volts higher than the potential of earth.
no because zero isn't positive or negative it is neutral
Neutral atoms always have a net charge of 0(zero).
Zero, of course !
No. Zero is neither positive nor negative. You might think of it as being neutral.
The object with zero charge is electrically neutral.
You really should be asking why the potential of neutral is zero. 'Voltage' means 'potential difference' which, by definition, cannot exist at at point. The reason is that the neutral conductor is earthed (grounded), and earth is, by general consent, considered to have a potential of zero volts. In practise, however, there is usually a small voltage drop between the neutral and earth, so it would be more accurate to say that the neutral's potential is close to zero.
Zero position is when you are a neutral party... You aren't rooting for this team.. Nor are you rooting for the others...