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in cathode ray discharge tube experiment when pressure in the tube is 10 to the power -2 atm. the gas in the tube glows but when the pressure is 10 to the power -4 atm. then the glow becomes weak! explain in brief why this happens?

Asked by Shubham 9th August 2012, 1:48 PM
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At 10-2 mm pressure the gas emits a stream of rays which are responsible for colour but at 10-4mm it cannot emits rays as at 10-2atm. thats why  the glow become faint
Answered by Expert 3rd September 2012, 11:42 AM
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