gas-discharge lamp

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Noun1.gas-discharge lamp - an electric lamp in which the light comes from an electric discharge between two electrodes in a glass tube
electric lamp - a lamp powered by electricity
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Fact.MR has announced the addition of the "Gas Discharge Tube Market Forecast, Trend Analysis & Competition Tracking - Global Market Insights 2018 to 2028"report to their offering.
[ClickPress, Fri Aug 30 2019] Gas Discharge Tube Market: Introduction A gas discharge tube is an electronic component in which the electrodes are arranged inside a tube-like structure, and are surrounded by gas within an insulating temperature-resistant envelope.
Targeting both experts in the area of lasers and quantum electronics and those working in the area of plasma chemistry, plasma physics and gas discharge, Batenin, et al., present their monograph supported by the Russian Fund of Fundamental Investigations.
And then a plasma airflow velocity measurement method based on gas discharge emerged.
Thinking to reduce the gas discharge, geologists set fire to the escaping gas, believing it would be consumed by the flames in a short time.
In addition to protection devices such as GDTs (gas discharge tubes), metal oxide varistors, and thermistors, TDK also offers EPCOS capacitors, inductors and chokes for LED lighting systems.
The patented technologies and methodologies focus improving the efficiency of gas discharge lighting systems, which are more commonly known as HID and CFL lighting systems.
"ey had an unltered gas discharge, which they were trying to emphasise was not a radioactive release.
Among them are adsorption, defect structure, gas discharge, oxidation, resistivity, and toughness.
From the gas discharge field, it is clear that there are two modes of a gas discharge, namely Townsend (TD) and glow (GD) [8].
The direct conversion in this sense is similar to gas discharge lights, e.g., fluorescent, sodium vapor, metal halide, which use an electric current to excite the electrons in a gas to a higher energy level, with photons being emitted when the electrons fall back down to their base energy level.