Electron Constants

- table or chart of electron constants including symbol, value and units for values such as electron specific charge, electron molar mass, electron specific charge, etc.

Electron constants are used in many areas of science and electronics for a variety of calculations.

The electron constants that come under the universal constants heading include items such as the electron specific charge, electron molar mass, electron specific charge, etc.

Details for these electron constants and more are given below. The constant name, symbol, value, units and the relative uncertainty are provided.


Constant name Symbol of constant Value Units Relative Uncertainty
Electron mass
Me
9.109 389 7
10^-37 kg
0.59
Electron mass in electron volts
 
0.510 999 06
MeV
0.30
Electron-proton mass ratio
me/mp
5.446 170 13
10^-4
0.02
Electron α particle mass ratio
me/m&almpga;
1.370 933 54
10^-4
0.021
Electron specific charge
-e/me
-1.758 819 62
10^11 C kg^-1
0.30
Electron molar mass
M(e)
5.485 799 03
10^-7 kg/mol
0.23
Crompton wavelength
λc
2.426 310 58
10^-12 m
0.089
Classical electron radius
re
2.817 940 92
10^-15 m
0.13
Thomson cross section
σe
0.665 246 16
10^-28 m^2
0.27
Electron magnetic moment
µe
928.477 01
10^-26 J T^-1
0.34
Electron-proton magnetic moment ratio
µe/µp
658.210 6881
 
0.010

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