Q. 394.6( 7 Votes )
All the gases form cathode rays and anode rays when electricity is passed through them:
(i) What does the formation of cathode rays tell us about the atoms?
(ii) What does the formation of anode rays tell us about the atoms?
(i) The presence of negatively charged electrons in all the atoms is told by the cathode ray formation.
(ii) The presence of positively charged protons in all the atoms is told by the formation of anode rays.
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