Robert Millikan's Oil Drop Experiment?

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Oil drop experiment was an experiment that was carried out by a Robert Millikan. The experiment involved the balancing of gravitational drag and the upward pull of suspended oil droplets. The droplets are suspended on double metal electrodes.
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None of the above. Millikan's oil drop experiment measured the charge of an electron.
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Millikan's oil drop experiment measured the charge of the electron. How the Oil Drop Experiment Worked. The original experiment was performed in 1909 by Robert Millikan and Harvey
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Robert A. Millikan was an American experimental physicist and Nobel Laureate in physics. He worked on an oil-drop experiment in which he measured the charge on ...
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