Definition of Electron multiplier

1. Noun. A vacuum tube that amplifies a flow of electrons.




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Lexicographical Neighbors of Electron Multiplier

electron donor
electron gun
electron guns
electron image
electron interferometer
electron interferometry
electron lens
electron magneton
electron micrograph
electron micrographs
electron microprobe
electron microscope
electron microscopes
electron microscopic
electron microscopy
electron multiplier (current term)
electron neutrino
electron neutrinos
electron number
electron optical axis
electron optical system
electron optics
electron orbit
electron pair
electron paramagnetic resonance
electron probe
electron probe microanalyser
electron probe microanalysis
electron radiation
electron radiography

Literary usage of Electron multiplier

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1. Journal of the American Chemical Society by American Chemical Society (1879)
"The a values were taken from Otvos and Stevenson, " while the secondary electron multiplier efficiency was estimated from the calibration data for a similar ..."

2. Electronic Structure of Ferromagnet-Insulator Interfaces: Fe/MgO and Co/MgO by Martina Mueller (2007)
"An electron multiplier is operating in a voltage regime, in which the amplified signal is proportional to the original Auger signal. ..."

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