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 What material is used as the filament in incandescent light bulbs?

Answer Modern incandescent light bulbs use tungsten wire as the material for the filament. This is because a tungsten filament has a melting point around 3400 degrees Celsius, well above the temperature n... Read More »
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What is a carbon filament light bulb?

In its simplest terms, carbon filament light bulbs are light bulbs powered by an organic fiber. The carbon filament light bulb was originally developed by Joseph Swan and Thomas Edison.The FirstSwa... Read More »
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What element is used as the filament in light bulbs?

Today's light bulb filaments are made from tungsten. Since tungsten has the highest melting point of any metallic element, it can withstand the high heat inside a light bulb. Early filaments were m... Read More »
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How to Photograph a Light Bulb Filament?

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