Electron Multiplication


Electron Multiplication

When the average number of secondary electrons emitted from each dynode, which depends on the potential difference between dynodes, is more than one, electron multiplication occurs in the electron multiplier. The typical discrete multiplier has between 10 and 25 dynodes and is operated at a gain of between 104 and 108.

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