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Knight_ch37 - Chapter 37 J. J. Thomson's conclusion that...

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Chapter 37
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J. J. Thomson’s conclusion that cathode ray particles are fundamental constituents of atoms was based primarily on which observation? 1. They have a negative charge. 2. They are the same from all cathode materials. 3. Their mass is much less than hydrogen. 4. They penetrate very thin metal foils.
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J. J. Thomson’s conclusion that cathode ray particles are fundamental constituents of atoms was based primarily on which observation? 1. They have a negative charge. 2. They are the same from all cathode materials. 3. Their mass is much less than hydrogen. 4. They penetrate very thin metal foils.
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If the alpha particle has a positive charge, which way will it be deflected in the magnetic field? 1. Up 2. Down 3. Into the page 4. Out of the page
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If the alpha particle has a positive charge, which way will it be deflected in the magnetic field? 1. Up 2. Down 3. Into the page 4. Out of the page
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th element in the periodic table. How many electrons are there in a C
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This note was uploaded on 04/08/2008 for the course PHYS 270 taught by Professor Drake during the Spring '08 term at Maryland.

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Knight_ch37 - Chapter 37 J. J. Thomson's conclusion that...

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