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an·ode rays

those originating in a gas discharge tube and moving in a direction opposite to that of cathode rays; made up of positively charged ions.
Synonym(s): positive rays
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By 1912 it was clear that they were composed of positively charged subatomic particles, so Thomson called them positive rays. In the light of Rutherford's nuclear atom (see 1911), the positive rays appeared to be streams of atomic nuclei.
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Thomson felt that positive rays consisted of streams of high-velocity atomic nuclei (see 1912).
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