## Remembering mass of electrons for tests

$\lambda=\frac{h}{p}$

marcus lin 1E
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### Remembering mass of electrons for tests

Will we have to remember the mass of an electron for the tests/quizzes?

Maria Solis Disc 1G
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### Re: Remembering mass of electrons for tests

I assume we wouldn't, just because on the last exam we were given known values.

Edward Xie 2E
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### Re: Remembering mass of electrons for tests

The values of constants are given for quizzes/tests

Alex Alonso - 4F
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### Re: Remembering mass of electrons for tests

I remember either Dr. Lavelle or my TA saying that the mass of electrons would be given

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### Re: Remembering mass of electrons for tests

The same paper that's given to us each test is on Lavelle's website for the class if you want to see the specific things we are given to use without memorizing. I think it's called "constants and equations" or something along those lines

Imelda Mena 3I
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### Re: Remembering mass of electrons for tests

Like everyone already said, the mass of an electron will be given to us. Here is the link to the formula and constant sheet that will be provided to us for tests, midterms, and exams. https://lavelle.chem.ucla.edu/wp-conten ... ations.pdf

Liset Rivera 3A
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### Re: Remembering mass of electrons for tests

No, the mass of the electrons is given in the test along side other equations and constants.