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Why do stable nuclei never have more protons than neutrons?


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In stable nuclei, the number of protons is lesser than the number of neutrons. This is because protons used to repel each other as they have a charge. Due to this high repulsion, the excess neutrons produce attractive forces. As a result, the stability is maintained.

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