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Problem 48

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Problem 47

If you had a balance that could determine the mass of a
proton, how many clectrons would you need to weigh
on the same balance to measure the same mass as that of
a single proton?

Answer

Electron's mass equal to 1$/ 1840$ times a proton.


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electrics mass. It's one out of 101,840 um, tech support. Therefore, if you have one proton in a scale, you're gonna need 1840 electrons in order for that scale to be even.

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