Why is a neutron chargeless?

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Nov 6, 2015

Answer:

A neutron has no net charge because the charge of the quarks that make up the neutron balance each other out.

Explanation:

A neutron is made of three Quarks. Two of the Quarks have a negative charge of 1/3 each. The other quark has a positive charge of 2/3. -1/3 + -1/3 = -2/3 + 2/3 = 0.