Problem: Which experiment revealed the charge-to-mass ratio of an electron? A) Oil drop experiment (Millikan) B) Photoelectric effect experiment (Einstein) C) Gold foil experiment (Rutherford)D) Cathode ray tube experiment (Thomson) E) Combustion in closed containers (Lavoisier)

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We’re asked to determine which experiment revealed the charge-to-mass ratio of an electron between the given options.


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Which experiment revealed the charge-to-mass ratio of an electron? 

A) Oil drop experiment (Millikan)

 B) Photoelectric effect experiment (Einstein) 

C) Gold foil experiment (Rutherford)

D) Cathode ray tube experiment (Thomson) 

E) Combustion in closed containers (Lavoisier)

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