Actually, electrons do have mass.
Electrons have a mass of about 9.109389 * 10−31 grams.
not necessarily it has the smallest charge
Electrons have a smaller mass than both protons and neutrons. Both protons and neutrons are over 1800 times as massive as electrons.
All electrons in an atom have: * a negative one charge * 1/2 spin * 0.511 MeV of mass
Charging is due to transfer of electrons from one body to another body. Electrons have mass, therefore, mass increases in the case of negatively charged body and decreases in the case of positively charged body.
Imperceptably less than one with its full compliment. Electrons are very important particles, but they have almost no mass of their own.
Its elemental weight
because the electrons plus the nuetrons equal the mass
...electrons, as they account for a negligible mass relative to the atom as a whole (electrons make up 1/1840th of the total mass, to be precise).
depends on the electrons
Yes, electrons have a mass of 9.1094 X 10−31 kg.
electrons are the same as protons
The mass of electrons is not excluded from atomic mass. The mass number of an isotope of an element excludes electrons because it is the sum of protons and neutrons.From Wikipedia, "The atomic mass (ma) is the mass of a specific isotope, most often expressed in unified atomic mass units. The atomic mass is the total mass of protons, neutrons and electrons in a single atom."
electrons have negligible mass. the mass of the ion depends on how many protons and neutrons are present.
electrons have no mass
Of the neutron, proton, and electron, the electron has the smallest mass.
Protons and electrons have mass and charge.