# Chapter 16 - Conceptual Questions - Page 611: 9

This reaction does not violate the law of charge conservation.

#### Work Step by Step

This reaction does not violate the law of charge conservation. The neutron has a charge of zero. The sum of the charge of the proton and the charge of the electron is $(+1e)+(-1e)$ which is still zero.

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