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dy·node

 (dī′nōd′)
n.
An electrode used in certain electron tubes to provide secondary emission.

[Greek dunamis, power; see dynamic + -ode.]

dynode

(ˈdaɪnəʊd)
n
(General Physics) an electrode onto which a beam of electrons can fall, causing the emission of a greater number of electrons by secondary emission. They are used in photomultipliers to amplify the signal
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