Geissler tube

Definition

Electronics

  • A tube containing a low-pressure gas, and through which a current passes when it is ionized by a sufficient voltage applied between its two electrodes. The color of the glow depends on the gas used. It is an early form of gas-discharge tube, and modified versions are currently utilized in spectroscopy.
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