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Q & A: Can an electron move in vaccum?

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Most recent answer: 01/29/2010
Q:
Can an electron move in vaccum....
- Prudhvi Raj Borra (age 16)
Machilipatnam,Andhra Pradesh,India
A:
Sure, in  fact that's what it would prefer.  Moving in a gas or a solid,  it would bump into atoms or molecules that would either slow it down or absorb it.

LeeH

(published on 01/29/2010)

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