[dahy-nohd] /ˈdaɪ noʊd/
an electrode for the emission of secondary electrons in a vacuum tube.
an electrode onto which a beam of electrons can fall, causing the emission of a greater number of electrons by secondary emission. They are used in photomultipliers to amplify the signal
An electrode used in certain electron tubes, especially photomultipliers, to provide secondary emission. Dynodes are arranged by increasing voltage between the cathode and anode of the tube, each attracting the cascade of electrons from the one behind it, and releasing more electrons to the next.
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[dahy-of-uh-sahyt] /daɪˈɒf əˌsaɪt/ noun, Theology. 1. a person who maintains that Christ has two natures, one divine and the other human.
[dahy-uh-stahyl] /ˈdaɪ əˌstaɪl/ adjective 1. .
[dahy-oth-uh-lahyt] /daɪˈɒθ əˌlaɪt/ noun, Theology. 1. a person who maintains that Christ has two wills, one divine and the other human.
1. a combining form meaning “ill,” “bad,” used in the formation of compound words: dysfunction. prefix 1. diseased, abnormal, or faulty: dysentery, dyslexia 2. difficult or painful: dysuria 3. unfavourable or bad: dyslogistic word-forming element meaning “bad, ill, abnormal,” from Greek dys-, inseparable prefix “destroying the good sense of a word or increasing its bad […]