# Electrons that are located outside the nucleus and have what charge?

Jun 11, 2018

Um... negative?

#### Explanation:

All electrons have a charge of $- 1$ or approximately $- 1.6 \cdot {10}^{-} 19 \setminus \text{C}$. That is their fundamental identity. No matter where an electron is located, it'll always have a negative charge.