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Posted by H on Thursday, October 30, 2008 at 3:12pm.

Many subatomic particles have the same charge as an electron (e) but much different masses. For instance, the muon has the same charge as an electron but its mass is roughly 207 times greater. Explain the changes you would have to make to the e/m tube and Helmholtz coils if you replaced the beam of electrons with a beam of muons in this experiment.

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