Can a laser be made from a light bulb?
No. Laser light is coherent. Light bulb light is not.
Anything that is man made, like a light bulb, laser, floodlight etc.
It is extremely coherent and focussed, not scattered like, say a light bulb.
Yes. There is a huge difference between a 1-watt laser and a 1-watt light bulb. A 1-watt laser will burn a hole in your eye.
1. Incandescent light bulb 2. Halogen light bulb 3. Compact fluorescent light bulb 4. Light emitting diode (LED) 5. Mercury vapor light bulb 6. Neon light 7. High intensity discharge lamps 8. Carbon arc lamp 9. laser 10. kerosene lamp
An LED, laser, or light bulb.
light bulb laser head lights on car
A LASER, or Light Amplification by Simulated Emission of Radiation, and is made by causing a particular substance to emit photons, almost all of which are one wavelength. A flashlight, however, uses a light bulb, which emits light due to the filaments, and will spread out. Both, however, are forms of light.
A light bulb is made from ukraine by 2000 workers that die per bulb
A laser is a parallel light source which means that it has effectively infinite object distance. a lightbulb radiates light in all directions. what other differences are you interested in?
A light bulb is made out of three items. A filament produces the light, glass gives the light bulb shape and controls the brightness, and the base allows the bulb to be placed in a socket.
he made the light bulb sytem in 1886. He actually made the light bulb in 1885 to be exsact
The filament of a light bulb made out of an element known as tungsten.
They are changed by a lens in the light machine, They have a white bulb and change the slides to pass through the tiny holes to make it seem as if it was a laser.
laser light has a constant wavelength whereas regular light is made up of many wavelengths
There were three people that made the 1st light bulb. The three people that made the light bulb are Thomas Edison, Joseph Swan and Haram Maxim.
It does depend on the kind of laser, but the main difference is that a laser emits a focused beam of light of the same wavelength (i.e. color) while a flashlight emits light of many different wavelengths, and 'beams' this light by reflecting it using a concave mirror built into it behind/around the bulb.
Some examples are Light bulb, fiber optics, laser surgury intruments.
it's monochromatic(all exactly the same wavelength) and every photon is in phase with all of the others(so, unlike ordinary light, all of the waves travel with the same wave shape) and it's a parallel beam, so the light doesn't diverge this means a 25 watt laser can cut through steel while an 80 watt light bulb can't it also means a 25 milliwatt laser leaves a brighter spot of light than an 80 watt light… Read More
Yes, it is made out of light. LASER is an acronym for Light Amplification by Stimulated Emission of Radiation. Laser light is coherent--the waves are all aligned, and the beams are generally tightly collimated, with very little attenuation of the beam over great distances.
The light bulb was created by Thomas Alva Edison.
i think because it made light and it was a bulb
The incandescent electric light bulb was invented by Thomas A. Edison.
in 1856 Edison made the first light bulb :]
The first electric light bulb was made in 1880
no Tomas Edison made the light bulb
Light bulbs are made out of glass.
Laser beams have a semi mirror inside of it that only allows it to go when the light is bright enough. Lightbulbs do not have that.
Thomas Edison made the first operating incandescent light bulb. But in 1800, Humphrey Davy invented the electric light. It didn't last long, and was not a bulb, though. Arc lights later became popular, but again, were not in a bulb.
1879, but he didn't invent it. he made his first light bulb in December.
The light bulb was invented in October 22, 1879 by Thomas Edison
Electricity and a glass bulb
The first bulb was made in 1800.
Watts, same as light bulbs. Most pen pointer lasers are 5 mw, or 5 milliwatts (5 thousandths of a watt). Image the light of a 120 watt incandescent bulb compared to that. 120 watts vs. 0.005 watts. The light bulb consumes 24,000 times more energy, even though the laser dot is really, really bright.
It was made in the U.S.A
He made the first light bulb in 1879 in Florida
EEdmund Germer (90% sure) made the first fluorescent light bulb
the light from a car comes from a bulb.
there have been many modifications since the light bulb was made but here are some. One modification is that they invented a black light and they have invented halogen light.
Answer Thomas A. Edison. It actually wasn't Edison he made the bulb Lewis Howard Latimer made the light or rather the carbon filament that causes it to shine or turn on.
Laser light is made of just one type of wavelength vs multiple types in regular light. The waves are all in step with each other or coherent. Laser light is made when energy is fed into a liquid, gas, or solid. The energy is absorbed into atoms and light of one wavelength is the result. The light from the atom hits other atoms and a chain reaction begins. Many of the atoms will begin releasing… Read More
The glass bulb of a light bulb is known as the globe. It is made from a thin layer of glass to ensure light efficiency and still support the rest of the bulb.
Does is matter if you put one light bulb in a fixture made for two light bulbs Will the bulb burn out faster?
Actually it may last longer !!! This is due to the fact that less heat is made with one bulb.
Thomas Alva Edison invented the light bulb in 1877.
The wire inside an incandescent light bulb is called a filament and it is made of tungsten.
Thomas did NOT make the light bulb. He made a safer impression of it.
In an incandescent light bulb this is the filament. It is usually made of tungsten.
Need clarification please. The "it" you are referring to seeing, does that represent; A) the flashlight, B) the light from the flashlight, or C) "the speed of light"? Did you mean to imply that the flashlight was switched on? Is it an "old fashioned" bulb, an LED bulb, a laser light, or some other energy? Just wondering.
Typo: Who made the (First) light bulb? The first light bulb ever created was by Humphry Davy (Englishman) in 1809. Thomas Alva Edison made the bulb better in 1875. Most of us have heard of Thomas, but not many have heard that Humphry was the original creator, but if it weren't for him, we would not have had much good technology.
A laser is different in three main ways: 1- The light emitted from a laser is monochromatic, that is, it only has one wavelength (color). Ordinary light on the other hand, is a combination of many different wavelengths (colors). 2- It is coherent, that is, the waves of light of the laser are in phase. Just like two sea waves when they are both at their maximum height, all waves of the light in a… Read More
Michael Faraday's made a light bulb with a platinum wire, he put it in a small glass globe, and attached it to a low voltage source. it glowed and produced light. Platinum is expensive. It only worked at low voltage. Others made lightbulbs. Edison decided a light bulb was a good idea but it needed to be made inexpensively. It needed to work at a higher voltage. The source of the electricity needed to be… Read More