Although electrons stays away from protons an atom remains electrically neutral But two atoms one positively charged and another negatively charged remain so until they comes in contact. Can the modern atomic model be wrong?
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The electromagnetic field allows charged particles to interact with each other without being in contact. It pervades the space between the charged particles (and everywhere else).
The modern atomic model works extremely well. It is one of the triumphs of physics!