Caption: A cartoon diagram of the neutral hydrogen (H-1) atom (AKA Protium): the simplest of all neutral atoms. Hydrogen (H-1) consists of 1 proton (represented abstractly by the red dot with a + sign) and 1 electron (represented abstractly as the blue dot with a - sign and more correctly in quantum-mechanics understanding by the grey probability distribution). The hydrogen (H-1) atom has the simplest of all atomic nuclei: its atomic nucleus consists of just 1 proton.

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