The Millikan Oil Drop Experiment

Electrons, for being so tiny, are essentially the centerpiece of chemistry. While there are some subdisciplines that more or less ignore it (e.g., nuclear chemistry), the vast majority of chemists’ lives revolve around understanding and manipulating the behavior of electrons. It’s paradoxical really: something that weighs…

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