Name the particles that flow towards the cathode, Physics

A high voltage applied to a gas discharge tube having neon gas at very low pressure causes a current to flow through the tube.  

Which particles that flow towards the cathode? 

a) Electrons

b) Protons

c) Negatively charged neon ions

d) Positively charged neon ions

Ans - Positively charged neon ion

 

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