What do Thomson’s investigation of cathode rays, Millikan’s oil-drop experiment, and Rutherford’s investigation of alpha, beta, and gamma radiation have in common?
a) Use of electrically charged plates
b) Use of radioactive sources
c) Direct observation of sub-atomic particles
d) Investigation of the nucleus
e) Each experiment is a scientific law
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