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What is the meaning of ekklesia (para. 43)? What does King mean when he invokesthe true ekklesia?

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Chemistry 1315 Wednesday, August 23, 2017 8:19 PM Chemistry: Structure and Properties 1.6 - 1.6 The Discovery of an Electron  Cathode Rays - JJ Thompson o Cathode ray tube o Beam of particles (cathode rays) traveled from negative (cathode) charged electrode to positive (anode) o Figured particles have properties  Travel straight lines  Independent of composition of material that they originate  Carry a negative electrical charge o Electrical charge results in attractive and repulsive forces called Electrostatic Forces o Discover ELECTRON  Neg charge  Low mass  Present within all atoms  Millikan's Oil Drop Experiment: The Charge of an Electron o Droplets from atomizer fell under gravity through small hole to lower portion where he viewed them with light source and microscope o Drops acquired electrons through the air with ionizing radiation o Electrons imparted a negative charge to the drops o Electric field created  He could vary the strength o Measured strength of el. Field and mass of drops to calculate the CHARGE of each drop o Therefore, the charge of each drop must be a whole-number multiple of the electron's charge  Always a multiple of -1.6 x 10^(-19) Coulombs o 9.10 x 10^(-28) g 1.7 Structure of an

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