Thermionic vacuum tubes and their applications. by Sir Edward Victor Appleton

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SeriesMethuen"s Monographs on Physical Subjects; ed. by B.L. Worsnop
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Pagination117 p. diag.
Number of Pages117
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Diode vacuum tube invented by John Ambrose Flemming, based on Edison's discoveries. s - Irving Langmuir develops the first 'high vacuum' tubes. magnetic fields have many applications in electronics. Because a vacuum must be provided in the form of an evacuated enclosure in which the electrons can move without collisions with gas molecules, these devices were called vacuum tubes or electron tubes in the US, and thermionic valves in Britain.

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