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Question of the Day: CLEP Chemistry

The existence of the electron was demonstrated by

Niels Bohr.

None of the given answers is correct

Robert Millikan.

J.J. Thomson.

Ernest Rutherford.

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The Question of the Day, a question that changes every 24 hours, is based on past CLEP Chemistry exams. You can see how questions are formatted, as well as test your knowledge about upper-level chemistry by answering the questions routinely. Even better, not only can you see whether you answered right or wrong, but you can also track your progress as you answer more Questions of the Day. This allows you to narrow the focus of your study on areas where you have less understanding, and you can see your knowledge improve over time as you ramp up to the CLEP Chemistry test.

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Varsity Tutors’ Learning Tools offers many free CLEP Chemistry practice tools, like the Question of the Day and flashcards. If you want great test preparation resources, add the Learning Tools to your daily CLEP Chemistry study routine.

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