3B Scientific™ Teltron Electron Diffraction S Tube
Highly evacuated tube for determining wavelength of electrons.
Supplier: 3B Scientific™ U185711
- Wave nature of electrons are determined through observation of interference caused by passage of electrons through polycrystalline graphite lattice (Debye-Scherrer diffraction) and rendered visible fluorescent screen
- To determine wavelengths of monochromatic radiation at different anode voltages from radii of diffraction rings and lattice plane spacing of graphite
- For confirming de Broglie's hypothesis
- Filament voltage: 6.3V AC
- Max. anode voltage: 5000V
- Anode current: approx. 0.1mA at 4000V
- Lattice constant of graphite: d10 = 0.213nm, d11= 0.123nm
|Teltron Electron Diffraction Tube S|
|Determines wavelength of electrons|
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