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In a TV tube, the electrons are accelerated from the rear to front. what is the direction of the current?

6 years ago


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										in TV tube(specifically CRT) the electrons are made to bombard on the the screen from rear to front with the help of charged uo plates which in turn are made so with the help of current.

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