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#To measure the ratio of the charge versus mass on an electron.
#To measure the ratio of the charge versus mass on an electron.
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<b>Personal Safety:</b>  In this lab we will be dealing with high voltage currents as well as currents of up to 2 amperes. Currents as low as 100 mA can be lethal ([http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Electric_shock Wikipedia]) so proper caution is essential.
<b>Personal Safety:</b>  In this lab we will be dealing with high voltage currents as well as currents of up to 2 amperes. Currents as low as 100 mA can be lethal ([http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Electric_shock Wikipedia]) so proper caution is essential.
<b>Equipment Safety:</b>  The power supply for the heating element should not exceed 6.3V.  Ensure all equipment is undamaged and hooked up properly before applying any currents.  A not pasted to the top of one of the digital multimeters indicates it is possibly broken, signed Steve Koch and dated January, 2009.
<b>Equipment Safety:</b>  The power supply for the heating element should not exceed 6.3V.  Ensure all equipment is undamaged and hooked up properly before applying any currents.  A not pasted to the top of one of the digital multimeters indicates it is possibly broken, signed Steve Koch and dated January, 2009.
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==Procedure==
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==Raw Data==
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=Data Analysis=
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==Data Analysis==
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=Error Analysis=
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==Error Analysis==
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==Results==
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==Acknowledgments==

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e/m Ratio

Objective

  1. To measure the ratio of the charge versus mass on an electron.

Theory

Safety

Personal Safety: In this lab we will be dealing with high voltage currents as well as currents of up to 2 amperes. Currents as low as 100 mA can be lethal (Wikipedia) so proper caution is essential.

Equipment Safety: The power supply for the heating element should not exceed 6.3V. Ensure all equipment is undamaged and hooked up properly before applying any currents. A not pasted to the top of one of the digital multimeters indicates it is possibly broken, signed Steve Koch and dated January, 2009.

Procedure

Raw Data

Data Analysis

Error Analysis

Results

Acknowledgments


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