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