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I need help to create a program that can show the hierarchy of any Atoms and its components (neutrons,protons,electrons,and chemical reaction)
Posted 9-Nov-12 10:37am
Updated 9-Nov-12 10:50am
OriginalGriff 9-Nov-12 15:40pm
"Here is a code of what i have done so far,being a novice at the subject"
You seem to have forgotten that bit... :laugh:
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richcb 9-Nov-12 15:53pm
A chemical reaction is the process of two or more compounds/atoms undergoing change. That does not coincide with atomic hierarchy. Atoms don't have a chemical reaction, they participate in them.
Dave Kreskowiak 9-Nov-12 15:54pm
...and the question would be .........????
Nelek 9-Nov-12 17:46pm
You could read:
what have you tried?[^]
How to ask a question?[^]

That way you might understand better the comments that users wrote you
You are right, but do your think this even worth trying? Totally useless topic -- please see my comment below.
First of all, this is not a question. What do you want to say, that you want to develop something.
But more importantly, this activity is extremely useless. If you learn some physics, just learn physics, and then you will understand that atoms and elementary particles is not something with primitive hierarchical structure. Ever heard of quantum mechanics, to start with? Everything else is just useless blah-blahology... :-)
Nelek 9-Nov-12 19:33pm

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