Low-Voltage Arc

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Low-Voltage Arc

 

an arc discharge with artificial cathode heating; the arc burns stably at low voltages between the electrodes—for example, in potassium and sodium vapors, as low as 0.5 volt. (SeeARC DISCHARGE: Non-self-sustaining arc discharge.)

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