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Question by kapil chnadra
Submitted on 6/3/2004
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"what  is the theoritical mass,charge of electron "
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"is there is any method for determinding the mass,charge of electron"


Answer by fgd
Submitted on 10/31/2004
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Answer by Timtro
Submitted on 12/3/2004
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Take a look for Millikan Oil drop experiment. This experiment is
designed to determine the charge of an electron. Eleven years
earlier, M. Faraday preformed an experiment with a cathode ray tube
and some magnetic field coils that determined the charge to mass
ratio of the electron, which, combined with the information from the
Millikan experiment allows us to calculate the mass of the electron.

I don't happen to recall the values off hand, but they are available on many web sites, and programmed into most scientific calculators.

 

Answer by teddyniedzio
Submitted on 4/6/2005
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Mass: 9.10938188 10-31 kg
Charge: 1.602176462 10-19 C

 

Answer by ali shah
Submitted on 10/25/2005
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we can determine the charge on electron by Millikan'soil drop method .

 

Answer by Edge
Submitted on 11/7/2005
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The charge is 1.6x10^-19. This can be worked out from the Millikan experiment where the charge of the electron is balanced by the force of an electric field.

The mass is 9.1094x10^-31, which can be worked out through mass spectrometry and quantum level analysis.. quite tech.

 

Answer by Guy who knows how to use google
Submitted on 10/4/2006
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charge of electron= 1.602 times ten to the   -19th power.
mass of electron= 9.109 times ten to the     -31st power.

 

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