potential energy is like when you wind up a torch or a radio
A light bulb uses electrical energy, and produces light, as well as heat.
No. The incandescent bulb uses electrical energy and the light stick uses chemical energy.
A light bulb is not energy, but is a device that uses electrical energy to create electromagnetic energy in the form (in part) of visible light and heat.
It uses less energy to produce the same amount of illumination as a standard light bulb
A light bulb uses energy. It uses electricity.
energy is energy It does not matter what you are using the energy for, it matters how much energy you are using A 200 watt light bulb uses more energy than a 100 watt light bulb A 200 watt motor uses more energy than a 100 watt light bulb A 200 watt heater uses more energy than a 100 watt light bulb
The light bulb uses electrical energy, and produces light, as well as waste heat. The act of turning it on in itself uses a small amount of energy stored in your muscles.
No.it uses energy sources (electrical energy to light up
Yes, an incandescent bulb uses more energy than a fluorescent bulb and a fluorescent light bulb lasts about 10 times longer.
When the bulb is lit it uses energy. When there is no bulb, no energy is used even if it is switched on.
No a light bulb does not use chemical energy. Even though it uses the chemical mercury to create light. Hope this helps =)
An electric light bulb converts electrical energy into thermal energy which is in the form of radiated light and heat. For example, the " easy bake oven" uses a light bulb to cook the food.
The job of a light bulb is to convert electrical energy into visible light energy. (Not ALL of the electrical energy a bulb uses is converted to light energy. Their efficiency is quite low. An incandescent light bulb is more efficient as a heater than as a source of visible light. Fortunately, our eyes are very sensitive.)
That's because you need it in specific forms, either to transport it, or to actually use it. As an example, a hydraulic energy plant uses mechanical energy (potential energy in the water); this is converted to electrical energy, transported to our homes, and then converted to light in a light bulb (among many other uses!). In this example, we have no direct use of the potential energy as such; the energy is converted to electrical energy which is easy to transport, and easy to convert to other forms of energy - such as light in this case.
flouescnet is a type of light bulb that uses less energy
A light bulb uses conduction.
A light bulb uses electrical energy to produce light. It also produces heat and other electromagnetic energy which is not typically used by the end user.
What are the uses of Heat energy
It uses electrical energy, and outputs light, since that's the whole purpose of the light bulb. It also outputs waste heat.
A light bulb that uses a filament is also known as an incandescent light bulb.
not the squiggly ones they are good for the enviornment! :-)
to give load from bulb to ballas
Fluorescent by far.