Crookes' Magnetic Deflection Tube, 1914

Made:
1914 in London
maker:
J. J. Griffin & Sons

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Crookes' discharge tube for showing the deflection of a cathode ray stream using a magnet, J. J. Griffin & Sons, London, 1914.

Details

Category:
Electricity and Magnetism
Object Number:
1914-75
Materials:
aluminium, complete, copper, glass, weed
type:
discharge tubes
credit:
J.J. Griffin & Sons Ltd
status:
Permanent collection

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