The stable nuclides of elements containing a small number of nucleons generally have neutron-to-proton (n/p) ratios that are very close to one. |

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The stable nuclides of elements containing a small number of nucleons generally have neutron-to-proton (n/p) ratios that are very close to one. |

The stable nuclides of elements containing a small number of nucleons generally have neutron-to-proton (n/p) ratios that are very close to one. Explain why the neutron-to-proton ratio for stable nuclides generally increases (i.e., becomes greater than one) as the number of nucleons increases.

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