Definitions for "Cathode ray"
A negatively charged beam that emanates from the cathode of a discharge tube. Cathode rays are streams of electrons.
historically electrons emanating from the negative electrode (cathode) and striking the positive electrode (anode) in a vacuum tube
a stream of electrons produced at the negative electrode (cathode) of a tube containing a gas at low pressure.
equilibrium ionic compound octahedral hole stability curve
Oscilloscope: an instrument with a screen that provides a visual indication of the wave form at any point in a circuit.