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    The incandescent light bulb, since its fairly recent invention, has quickly become a basic essential of modern technological life as we know it. It took many years to create an practical bulb despite the simplicity of its structure. I believe a majority of us take them completely for granted as a normal part of life. Early man knew the sun as his lightsource and when the sun set, he knew the moon and the stars. As his intelligence increased and he learned about the world in which he lived he became

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    electricity used by industry is for lighting. Most of the light is produced by incandescent light bulbs. What is an incandescent light bulb? How does it work? Who was it discovered by? An incandescent light bulb is an electrical light made in a variety of sizes, watts, and voltages. The way it works is by electric current passing through the tungsten filament that is located in the glass enclosure, heating it to a temperature that produces light. Most of

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    compact fluorescent light bulbs to incandescent light bulbs. In order to begin our research, we first had to prove that our current light bulbs are not the cheapest and not the most efficient choice to light up our buildings. Otherwise, it would have been useless for us to continue. We began our research using government documents, electronic books, and websites that compare incandescent light bulbs to other types of light bulbs. Ballast describes incandescent lamps as sealed bulbs which contain a

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    The government should phase out incandescent lighting due to the advantages of the new alternatives. At this time, compact fluorescent lights (CFLs) are the central focus of this change and will be used as the example. First, CFLs on the market have better lighting quality than in previous years compared to incandescent bulbs. While quality is not the primary focus of the change, it signals a higher development and readiness for application to the greater public. Popular Mechanics, back in May 2007

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    Incandescence to Fluorescence in Light Bulbs

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    While incandescent light bulbs are not as energy efficient when compared to newer alternative halogen light bulbs, compact florescent lamps (CFL), and light emitting diodes (LED), incandescent light bulbs should not be phased out due solely to their inefficiency. Phasing out incandescent light bulbs will not greatly reduce the level of mercury in the environment; additionally incandescent factories are now closed in the United States due to the phase out, many people in the lighting manufacturing

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    New Light Bulbs Introduction When Thomas Edison invented the light bulb in the late 1800’s people were too amazed by the fact that they could effectively light up the night to bother considering how much energy was required.1 As time has marched forward, the priorities and desires of mankind have evolved. With growing concerns over world energy reserves and power production, many around the world have searched for ways to reduce energy consumption. One of the explored ideas was the LED light bulb

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    Electrical Field –light bulb Light bulb is one of the most influential inventions in the word. It makes us work more productive at night and helps us enjoy more activities at night. It significantly change people lives all over the world. The born of light bulb also helped us by making more inventions that related to light, such as phones, televisions, and computes. By using light bulb, we actually reduced the probability of having fire accidents because if we don’t have light bulb, we will use candles

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    the incandescent light bulb, and all of his contributions he had developed. At an early age, his mother believed that he would be a huge success and Edison believed in himself and what his mother had said. Although, he had ear problems and being home schooled. It never stops him from becoming a genius. His true light shined at Menlo Park where he first demonstrated the incandescent light bulb. This light bulb could last over 1 200 hours and used DC power. Until, Westinghouse created a light bulb

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    will save them money is energy efficient. However, Light Emitting Diode (LED) and Compact Fluorescent Lights (CFL) fulfill these needs. LED bulbs have revolutionized and made life much easier. LEDs are light bulbs which is built different than any other bulbs. “LED bulbs are tiny semiconductors that are encapsulated in plastic, the plastic protects the components and help focus the lights”. LEDs do not have a filament like most incandescent bulb. They have 2 terminals in which electricity travels

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    Light Bulbs

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    Classification of Light Bulbs Since Thomas Edison’s illuminating invention of the light bulb in 1879, efforts have been made by scientists, researchers, and entrepreneurs to improve the efficiency and practicality of it. Significant advancements and variations in light producing technologies have morphed light bulbs into technological and energy efficient devices that are used in everyday life. Contemporary light bulbs can be divided into four categories: incandescent, fluorescent, light-emitting diode

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