hollow cathode lamp


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hollow cathode lamp

Etymology: ME, holwe + Gk, kata, down, hodos, way, lampas
a lamp consisting of a metal cathode and an inert gas. When an electric current is passed through the cathode, electrons in the metal are excited so as to emit a line spectrum of specific wavelengths related to the metal of the cathode.
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