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A dynode is one of a series of electrodes within a photomultiplier tube. Each dynode is more positively charged than its predecessor. Secondary emission occurs at the surface of each dynode. Such an arrangement is able to amplify the tiny current emitted by the photocathode by typically one million.
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DYNODE

Dynode

A dynode is one of a series of electrodes within a photomultiplier tube. Each dynode is more positively charged than its predecessor. Secondary emission occurs at the surface of each dynode. Such an arrangement is able to amplify the tiny current emitted by the photocathode by typically one million.
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