J.J Thomson was the one who introduced the charge to mass ratio. The charge of the electron and the mass of the electron are very small values and hence, it is not an easy task to find the value of it. But Thomson has derived the value of this ratio as -1.758 820 024 x 10^{11}. In concise form, the value is -1.758 820 024(11) x 10^11. It is represented as kg^{-1}.s.A

J.J Thomson was the one who introduced the charge to mass ratio. The charge of the electron and the mass of the electron are very small values and hence, it is not an easy task to find the value of it. But Thomson has derived the value of this ratio as -1.758 820 024 x 10^{11}. In concise form, the value is -1.758 820 024(11) x 10^11. It is represented as kg^{-1}.s.A

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