what conclusion can be drawn from the fact that all gases form cathode rays

Asked by Sai Seravan Bodipudi | 31st May, 2013, 10:40: AM

Expert Answer:

Gases are made up of atoms. All the atoms contain electrons. When high voltage is applied, electrical energy knocks out some of the electrons from the atoms. These electrons constitute the cathode rays.

Answered by  | 3rd Jun, 2013, 10:42: AM

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