The construction of a crt is shown in figure 2 6 the

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Unformatted text preview: so on). The construction of a CRT is shown in Figure 2-6. The cathode rays produced in the CRT are invisible, and they can be detected only by the light emitted by materials that they strike. These materials, called phosphors, are painted on the end of the CRT so that the path of the cathode rays can be revealed. (Fluorescence is the term used to describe the emission of light by a phosphor when it is struck by Effect of a magnetic field on charged particles When charged particles travel through a magnetic field so that their path is perpendicular to the field, they are deflected by the...
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