I have see answers to this question but they do not explain it well. Atom is a relatively stable structure but containing 99.99999% "empty" space. The empty space is not really empty, but that is not the question.
The question is,
does the Atom gets so compressed to lose that "empty" space, and gets stripped of electrons by the gravity in Black Hole. If as Atoms get ripped apart will they add to the mass of Black Hole, resulting in more Gravity (growing Black Hole). So now one could say, the Atoms get converted into Gravitons ?
As a matter crosses the event horizon of a black hole it gets compressed down to Atoms and beyond.
We know that Atoms are electrically neutral (balanced). However if we strip it from an electron (by applying 30 keV) it would become positively charged (a Ion). What happens to that in Black Hole.