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DEFINITION: Also see cathode ray tube ( CRT ), the specialized kind of vacuum tube that is in most desktop display monitors.A vacuum tube (also called a VT,  electron tube or, in the UK, a valve ) is a device sometimes used to amplify electronic signals. In most applications, the vacuum tube is obsolete, having been replaced decades ago by the bipolar transistor and, more recently, by the field-effect transistor  … 

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