In J.J Thomsen experiment when cathode ray stricks znic sulphid why does it glow?
Asked by | 14th Jul, 2013, 10:04: AM
Zinc Sulphide glows due to its fluorescent property in the cathode ray experiment.
Answered by | 14th Jul, 2013, 01:26: PM
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