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Problem: Which of the following is an implication of Thomsons observation that the type of metal used to make the cathode does not matter?A. The particles that make up cathode rays must be present in all metals.B. The cathode rays do not originate in the cathode.

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Which of the following is an implication of Thomsons observation that the type of metal used to make the cathode does not matter?

A. The particles that make up cathode rays must be present in all metals.

B. The cathode rays do not originate in the cathode.

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