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Plucker tube
Plucker tube Pl["u]ck"er tube [So named after Julius Pl["u]cker, a German physicist.] (Physics) (a) A vacuum tube, used in spectrum analysis, in which the part through which the discharge takes place is a capillary tube, thus producing intense incandescence of the contained gases. (b) Crookes tube.
Plucker tube
Geissler tube Geis"sler tube` (Elec.) A glass tube provided with platinum electrodes, and containing some gas under very low tension, which becomes luminous when an electrical discharge is passed through it; -- so called from the name of a noted maker in germany. It is called also Pl["u]cker tube, from the German physicist who devised it.

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- A gas-filled tube, also commonly known as a discharge tube or formerly as a Plücker tube, is an arrangement of electrodes in a gas within an insulating...
- to Julius Plücker. Julius Plücker at the Mathematics Genealogy Project The Cathode Ray Tube site Weisstein, Eric Wolfgang (ed.). "Plücker, Julius (1801–1868)"...
- There he was asked by physicist Julius Plücker to design an apparatus for evacuating a gl**** tube. Plücker owed his forthcoming success in the electric...
- Early cold-cathode devices included the Geissler tube and Plucker tube, and early cathode-ray tubes. Study of the phenomena in these devices led to the...
- called a 'corpuscle' but was later renamed the 'electron'. Julius Plücker in 1869 built a tube with an anode shaped like a Maltese Cross facing the cathode...
- voltage supply). They were first observed in 1859 by German physicist Julius Plücker and Johann Wilhelm Hittorf, and were named in 1876 by Eugen Goldstein Kathodenstrahlen...
- A cathode-ray tube (CRT) is a vacuum tube containing one or more electron guns, which emit electron beams that are mani****ted to display images on a...
- The tube zither is a stringed musical instrument in which a tube functions both as an instrument's neck and its soundbox. As the neck, it holds strings...
- pipe insulation tubes (placed around the neck) or socks (cut into a vest which the bird is made to wear) may prevent the bird from plucking by providing...
- zithers such as the musical bow, tube zithers with a tube as the resonator such as the valiha, raft zithers in which tube zithers are tied into a single...