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charliem07 Group Title

how many electrons would it take to equal the mass of a proton?

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    1830 electrons equal the mass of 1 proton

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    @MarcLeclair yea i found that but the mass of an electron is that just by dividing the 1.6726 over the 0.00091? and also excluding the scientific notation of x10^-27?

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    well its kind alike algebra you know, so 9.106 * 10^-31 x = 1.66 * 10^-27

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    ooohhhhhhhhhhhhhh lol get it now lol...

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