Low-pressure operations are useful tools in chemical processing, as well as in research and development and manufacturing. Because of vacuums' central role in processing and research, it is important to be able to measure pressures that may be a tiny fraction of atmospheric pressure. This one-page reference discusses two types of ionization gages for low-pressure measurement, namely emitting-cathode ionization gages and crossed-electromagnetic field ionization gages....
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