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Which of the following shows an increasing value of   |e/m| ?

A)n

 

B) n< p< alpha

 

C) n < p < e< alpha

 

D) p < n < alpha < e

 

i have no idea what this question means, and why is alpha particle even here....pls can someone explain clearly!

rosala  Aug 2, 2017
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Which of the following shows an increasing value of   |e/m| ?

a) \(n < \alpha

b)\(n

c)\(n

d)\(p

I have no idea what this question means.

 

Hi rosala,

i also have no idea what this question means.
Speak with clear sentences, please.

 

laugh  ?

asinus  Aug 2, 2017
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Hi Rosala,

 

I’m a genetically enhanced chimp, with advanced mind reading ability.smiley

 

The (e/m) ratio ascends in this order:  n < α < p < e (neutron, alpha particle, proton, and electron)

The neutron does not have a charge, so the value is zero. An alpha particle is a helium nucleus (2 protons, 2 neutrons); it is very heavy compared to the other particles. The proton and electron are next. The proton has the same charge as an electron but it is 1837 times heaver.

 

I don’t know which of your choices is correct; my mind reading ability isn’t that advanced.laugh 

 

 

GA

GingerAle  Aug 3, 2017

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