Problem: The magnitude of the charge of an electron is:a. about 1000 times the charge of a protonb. equal to the magnitude of the charge of a protonc. None of the given answers is correctd. equal to the charge of a neutron

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qelectron = - 1.6 × 10-19 C

qproton =  + 1.6 × 10-19 C

qneutron = 0 C

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The magnitude of the charge of an electron is:

a. about 1000 times the charge of a proton

b. equal to the magnitude of the charge of a proton

c. None of the given answers is correct

d. equal to the charge of a neutron

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