proton mass = 1.6726219 × 10-27 kilograms
Ratio of mass of proton to electron = 1.6726219 × 10-27 kilograms / 9.10938356 × 10-31 kilograms
Description : The ratio of mass of a neutron to that of an electron is about 1839. What is the ratio of the mass of a proton to that of an electron? (A) 159 (B) 1837 (C) 2537 (D) 10000
Last Answer : Option C
Description : The ratio of mass of proton to that of electron is nearly?
Last Answer : The ratio of mass of proton to that of electron is nearly 1840.
Description : Which one of the following is necessary for mass spectrometry to occur? A. Loss of an electron B. Change of alignment of a proton in a magnetic field C. A molecular vibration D. Excitation of an electron from the ground state to a higher energy state
Last Answer : Loss of an electron
Description : Of the following choices, approximately how many times greater is the mass of a proton than the mass of an electron? w) 200 x) 2000 y) 20,000 z) 200,000
Last Answer : ANSWER: X -- 2000
Description : The nuclear particle having no mass and no charge, but only spin is (1) proton (2) neutrino (3) meson (4) electron
Last Answer : neutrino
Description : Which one of the following has greatest mass ? (1) electron (2) proton (3) neutron (4) hydrogen nucleus
Last Answer : neutron
Description : . A reaction which is catalysed by an acid is also catalysed by any substance, which has a tendency to (A) Lose a proton (B) Gain a proton (D) None of these (C) Lose an electron
Last Answer : (A) Lose a proton
Description : A reaction which is catalysed by a base is catalysed by all substances which have a tendency to (A) Lose a proton (B) Gain a proton (C) Gain an electron (D) None of these
Last Answer : (B) Gain a proton
Description : ___________ is not affected by a magnetic field a) Change in magnetic flux b) a moving electron c) a stationary proton d) current flowing in a conductor
Last Answer : c) a stationary proton
Description : Anaerobic respiration is a. Respiration using electron acceptors other than molecular oxygen b. Respiration using neutron acceptors other than molecular hydrogen c. Respiration using proton acceptors other than molecular nitrogen d. None of the above
Last Answer : a. Respiration using electron acceptors other than molecular oxygen
Description : In the hydrogen atom, the electron and proton are bound together by A. gravitational force. C. nuclear force. E. none of the above. B. electromagnetic force. D. chemical force.
Last Answer : B. electromagnetic force.