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Textbook Problem

What two pieces of evidence allowed the first calculation of m e , the mass of the electron?

(a) The ratios q e / m e and q p / m p .

(b) The values of q e and E B .

(c) The ratio q e / m e and q e .

Justify your response.

To determine

What pieces of evidence allowed the first calculation of the mass of electron,me ? Justify the answer.

The ratiosqeme andqpmp

The values ofqe andEB

The ratioqeme andqe

Explanation

Formula Used:

The charge to mass ratio for electron was obtained from Thomson's gas discharge tube experiment.

As per the experiment, the value of

qeme ratio is1.76×1011C/kg

Also, the chare of electron was obtained from Millikan's oil drop experiment and value ofqe is1.602×1019C

Calculation:

Mass of electron can be calculated using values of charge to mass ratio and charge for electron.

  me=qeqeme

We haveqeme=1.76×1011C/kg andqe=1

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