a proton and an electron are free in an electric feild,which one will have greater accleration?

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a proton and an electron are free in an electric feild,which one will have greater accleration?

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So basically..which will be going faster right?
Both are under the same force, but mass of electron is less than proton. I think you can find now, can't you?
Hmm..yea..i got a website that could help out to explain what @ash2326 said. http://sajitsir.tripod.com/Electricity/Electricity6.htm

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@shruti do you get this?
if the mass is less, then will that one have greater accleration ?@ash2326
yeah F1=F2 m1a1=m2a2 m1a2 F=force m=mass a=acceleration
thanks @ash2326 and @GOODMAN i got it.
No problem :D @shruti

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