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how would the electrons produced in a cathode ray tube filled with neon gas compare with the electrons produced in a cathode ray tube filled with chlorine gas?

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    I'm not sure where the question is going but electrons are electrons. I don't see any difference in the electrons in any gas from electrons in any other gas. The electrons may be at difference energy levels which may lead to different colors from different excitation states.

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