You must include on attached pieces of paper all measurements, tables, and calculations you have made during the experiment. Measurements must have units and uncertainties (where possible).
1. What is the charge per electron, in Coulombs? Include uncertainty in your answer. 2. What quantities did you measure in this experiment? What is the fractional uncertainty in each one? 3. Which measurement contributes the majority of the uncertainty in your value of Coulombs per electron? How could you modify the experiment to reduce this uncertainty?
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