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How the cathode ray tube works - Excellent video
posted January 31 2011 21:40.24 by Giorgos Lazaridis




This theory video is made by youtube user bkraz333. He got a cathode ray tube from an oscilloscope, and opened it with a dremel and a diamond cutter. He then explains how it works and how it is made. This is a really brilliant video - 100% suggested to those who want to learn.



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