Carry out the following conversions. Report your answers to the correct number of significant figures.1. 36 mm to m (g) 168 lb to g2. 357 kg to g (h) 914 qt to L3. 76.50 mL to L (i) 44.5 cm to in4. 0.0084670 m to cm (j) 236.504 g to lb5. 597 nm to m (k) 2.0 L to qt6. 36.5 in to cm

1/11/16 Atomic Structure JJ Thompson • Determined the charge-to-mass ratio of the electron • -1.76 x 10^8 c/g Robert Milliken (1909) • the charge of a single electron • calculated the mass of drops from radio and density • calculated the charge of an electron with his Oil Drop Experiment • • DATA: • -3.20 x 10^-19 C • -6.40 x 10^-19 C • -4.80 x 10^-19 C • FOUND: • The Least Common Multiple of LCM of the data to be -1.60 x 10^-19 C • This is the charge of an electron • *See the in-class example packet. 1 1/11/16 The Subatomic Particles • An atom is made up of subato