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Vacuum tube


Vacuum tubesAlternatively referred to as an Electron tube, a Vacuum tube was first developed by John Ambrose Fleming in 1904 and is a glass tube that has had all gas has been removed creating a vacuum. Vacuum tubes contain electrodes for controlling electron flow in early computers that used them as a switch or an amplifier. In the picture to the right,


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