Experiments with Cathode Rays Led to the Discovery of the?

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The cathode ray was an experiment by British physicist named J.J. Thomas. He experimented with the cathode rays by firing electrical currents through glass pipes filled with gas. The cathode ray is also called an electron beam or e-beam. The cathode ray led to the discovery of the electron.
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