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Post  markjohnocnley on Mon Dec 09, 2013 4:28 am

I don't comprehend how, according to the schematic diagram often used in lectures, that the positive particles were detected on the same 'side' of the charged plates. Surely the positive nuclei should have been attracted to the cathode plate, moving in the opposite direction to the 'cathode ray'. Any assistance appreciated, have been confused on this for 42 years, the year I began 1st year chemistry at uni, all the best, mark

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