Asked in Atoms and Atomic Structure
What is the weight of an electron?
The mass of an electron is 9.109 382 15(45) × 10-31 kilograms (Kg). On Earth the weight of an electron is the mass times gravity. That is about 8.9278 x10-30. As a note, due to Newton's Second Law, which states F=ma, that is also the force of an electron of 1 Coulomb.