vacuum tube

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Illustration representing parts of a diode vacuum tube utilizing a directly heated cathode.

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vacuum tube (plural vacuum tubes)

  1. (electronics) A type of electron tube that controls electron current through vacuum between electrodes within a sealed container, usually of glass or metal and often designed to be easily installed in and removed from the equipment in which it is used.

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