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IF im correct it is the GCD (greatest common divisor) from our set of data

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Who calculated the mass of an electron?

Millikan


Who calculated the mass and charge of an electron?

milikan


What is the approximate mass of an electron?

1/1836 of an electron is the mass of an electron. It is so small they aren't even calculated in the atomic mass of an element


Is difference of mass number is calculated by electron microscope?

no, the mass spectrometer.


Explain why the mass of electron can be ignored when the mass number of an atom is calculated?

The mass of an electron is relatively small in comparison to the mass of a proton or neutron.


What is the approximate mass of an electrons?

1/1836 of an electron is the mass of an electron. It is so small they aren't even calculated in the Atomic Mass of an element


What is a protons mass calculated by?

They are calculated by atomic mass units (amu) proton-1amu neutron-1amu electron-0amu


Why is mass number calculated with only the protons and neutrons and not electrons?

Because the mass of electron is negligible when compared to the mass of protons or neutrons.


Why can the mass of electrons be ignores when you are calculating mass number?

The mass of an electron is so small when compared to that of a proton or a neutron. This is why it is ignored when the mass number is calculated


What does the atomic mass of an electron represent?

The mass of an electron is atomic mass units is 5,485 799 090 70(16); the mass of the electron is not an atomic mass.


What is an electron's atomic mass number?

The electron has no atomic mass number. The mass of an electron is roughly 1/1800 of the mass of a proton or neutron.


Does an electron have a large or small mass?

An electron has a very small mass, not a large mass.

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