Demonstrating the linear propagation of electrons in a field-free space

VP3.8.3.1
Demonstrating the linear propagation of electrons in a field-free space
Demonstrating the linear propagation of electrons in a field-free space Shadow of the maltese cross on the fluorescent screen
Demonstrating the linear propagation of electrons in a field-free space

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Description

The experiment P3.8.3.1 confirms the linear propagation of electrons in a field-free space. In this experiment, the Maltese cross is connected to the anode potential and the shadow of the Maltese cross in the electron beam is compared with the light shadow. We can conclude from the observed coincidence of the shadows that electrons propagate in a straight line. The Maltese cross is then disconnected from any potential. The resulting space charges around the Maltese cross give rise to a repulsive potential, so that the image on the fluorescent screen becomes larger.

Components of equipment sets

1 555620 Maltese cross tube LD
1 555600 Tube stand LD
1 52170 High-voltage power supply, 10 kV LD
1 51048  8  Magnets, 35 mm Ø, pair LD
1 500611  4  Safety connecting lead, 25 cm, red LD
1 500621  4  Safety connecting lead, 50 cm, red LD
1 500641  4  Safety connecting lead, 100 cm, red LD
1 500642  4  Safety connecting lead, 100 cm, blue LD
2 500644  4  Safety connecting lead, 100 cm, black LD

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