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We’re being asked to find the value of the charge-to-mass ratio in C/kg for an α particle 4H2+.
The mass of the α particle is 4.00151 amu.
The charge-to-mass ratio in C/kg. First, we have to calculate the mass of 4H2+ in kg.
1 amu = 1.66054x10-27 kg
An α particle, 4He2+, has a mass of 4.00151 amu. Find the value of its charge-to-mass ratio in C/kg.
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