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What five letter word which is also the make and model for a car is a word for 'nippon light bulb'?
1 get a job 2 get your payday 3 go to halfords 4 find a lightbulb 5 buy the lightbulb 6 go home then you have one lightbulb. if you need another one repeat everythig except no…. 1
To "Cause" is a five letter action word makes something happen.
Nippon means "the sun's origin", which is commonly translated to: "land of the rising sun." This name comes from correspondence by Chinese diplomats with the Chinese imperial …court and refers to Japan's location relative to China (i.e. to the east, in the direction of the rising sun in the morning.) "Nippon" and the related, more common and casual version of the same name, "Nihon", are both names for the country called Japan in English.
The acidic nature of the lemon juice creates a chemical reaction with lead or another metal inserted into it which causes current to flow in the wire hooked to a low power lam…p. The lemon juice is the "electrolyte". The chemical reaction is exactly the same as a simple battery in a flashlight. Like anything else though, it won't last forever..
You would need to attach an engine to the rear axle and a server to the front one, plus all the other electrics. The model car would also need to have wheel movement available…. OR you could get a model RC car, works much easier.
incandescent lamp helogen lamp fluorescent lamp led lamp neon lamp
A car battery normally supplies 12.5 volts at full charge. If the light bulb you are trying to light is a 12 volt bulb then make a connection with the +(positive) battery term…inal to the small lead button at end of the bulb, and the - (negative) terminal to the metal side of the bulb. If the battery is charged, the light should work. If the bulb is a higher voltage type you must connect more batteries in series until the proper voltage is reached. WARNING...With more batteries connected in series, the voltage could become dangerous. Do not use more than two batteries in series unless you have an experienced electrician to apply safety techniques. If your battery is 12 volts, an auto lamp up to 24 volts will light up. the 24 volt bulb will be half as bright. Over the years, I have replaced dashboard lamps with 14 volt bulbs because they will last longer because they are rated for a higher voltage but fed with a lower voltage.
When an incandescent light bulb (the normal round ones that Thomas Edison invented) is placed into a "hot" circuit, (meaning there is electricity flowing through it), the elec…tricity passes through the filament (little metal wires) on the inside. As the electricity passes through it, the wires heat up and make a chemical reaction causing light to be emitted.
not the avrage one, but they do have special ones (they are found in tanning beds)
It does first of all depend on what kind of light bulb we are thinking about. The traditional light bulb consist of a glass bulb with a filament made out of Tungsten/Wolfram (…Two names, same thing.) This filament is highly heat resistant as long as it is placed in vacuum or have an inert gas around it. When you turn on the power to the light bulb, then electrons starts to flow through this filament. This flow of electrons is massive as a lamp bulb is basically a pure shortcut of electrical power. Due to the massive flow of electrons, they collide and interact with each other. This causes the filament to heat up. As the filament heats up, the activity of the electrons increases. Each electron demands more space and this effect limits the possible current with a given voltage. The filament gives off to us visible light because of the changes in energy levels of atoms and electrons in it. often when two electrons collide, one looses a little bit of its power and this is given of as a photon. Billions upon billions of this happening in the filament and voila. We have a source of light. Electrons pass through the filament of a light bulb and cause the energy/heat to build up. Photon's are given off when an electron drops down in it's energy level, with a light bulb the photons are seen as visible light.
the heated electicty in the fuse
yes, by sticking two dissimilar metals in the tomato (which is acidic) , you can create an electric current which may light a small light bulb
A mirror image or chrome to the inside of the light as in wrap the philiments on the outsid of them...more wats a lot more change in direction bouncing the light produces more… with just 1 light. bounces off road signs and more darkness.
Well, the filament of an incandescent light bulb is what emits light. This is achieved by taking a thread of tungsten (the "filament") and suspending it in either a vacuum or …an inert gas. This is done to prevent the tungsten from combustion when it heats up. The filament then has an electric charge passed through it heating the filament and causing it to emit light photons. The reason this happens is that when electrons (electricity) flow across the tungsten atom they collide with the electron of the tungsten atom causing the electrons to move to a higher energy level temporarily. The electron then emits a light photon expending energy and moving it back to its original energy level where the process starts all over again.
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Mahindra Scorpio (Mahindra & Mahindra - India), Marcos, Mark IV (Lincoln), Maserati, Maverick (Ford), Mazda, Mercedes-Benz, Mercury Monterey, Mercury Mountaineer, MINI, Mitsub…ishi, Model T Ford, Montana (Pontiac), Morris Minor, Mustang (Ford) and Mystique (Mercury) are cars. They begin with the letter m.