geissler tube








noun

  1. a sealed glass tube with platinum connections at the ends, containing rarefied gas made luminous by an electrical discharge.

noun

  1. a glass or quartz vessel, usually having two bulbs containing electrodes separated by a capillary tube, for maintaining an electric discharge in a low-pressure gas as a source of visible or ultraviolet light for spectroscopy

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