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yes, the potato would be the hgh energy electron

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About 1 electron.--------------------------------The question is unclear and makes no sense to this Ph.D physical chemist. Please restate (or have restated) your question in understandable English.The first "answer" above (About 1 electron.) is not my answer. Please note that the units of energy related to energetic electrons is in eV or electron Volts or something equivalent.



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