What do you use light bulbs in?
Tungsten is used in filaments of light bulbs.
to make light
light bulbs use alternating current, batteries provide direct current, so you couldn't light the bulbs
the first operating experimental light bulbs used platinum Thomas Edison's commercially successful light bulbs used carbon modern light bulbs use tungsten
If you use them correctly, fluorescent bulbs won't burn out (you need to leave them on for 8 hours the first time they are turned on). Also, they use about 1/3 the electricity as regular bulbs, which saves on the electric bill. Regular light bulbs are better if you are worried about the bulb breaking (incandescent light bulbs are non-toxic), or if you are prone to migraines.
Those wanting softer, diffused light use frosted light bulbs. Clear bulbs give light that is brighter and suitable for everyday applications.
light bulbs provide light. they don't just use energy to provide light but some of the energy is used in heat as well.
light bulbs, mirrors,
None. Light bulbs use electricity, they do not create electricity.
Incandescent bulbs use 75-100 watts. Fluorescent bulbs use around 10 watts. LED bulbs usually use 1 watt.
Fluorescent light bulbs use less electricity for the amount of light produced.
Why do you think? Light bulbs are cheaper, produce more light, don't require matches to light and don't produce waste products such as carbon dioxide. The discovery of electricity made light bulbs possible.
The light bulbs do.
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Regular light bulbs use a filament and LED is a "light emiting diode" and are much more effecient and cooler to the touch
Well, if they're both 40 watt bulbs they use the same amount of electricity. But incandescent bulbs produce a lot of heat as well as light. Fluorescent bulbs don't produce (much) heat, so they can use their power to produce light. So you can use fluorescent bulbs of lower wattage to produce the same amount of light. So for the same amount of light, fluorescent bulbs use less electricity than incandescent bulbs.
no because there is no magnet in light bulb
Uranium is not used in light bulbs.
No light bulbs can reduce light pollution. But you can reduce a number of bulbs in your house or building. If you own a building, you could reduce and\or space apart the number of light pannals from each other.
no they are two different things....LED use semiconductors for light production...whereas bulbs use filaments....nothing uses any other...
Headlight bulbs, high and low beam, parking light bulbs, signal light bulbs, brake light bulbs, dash light bulbs, interior light bulbs, plate light bulbs, etc.
1,000,000 million people use light bulbs
These light bulbs are better because they last 10 times longer and use 75% electricity
They use electricity
Modern table lamps use all sorts of different light bulbs. Most commonly one can find standard 20 watt to 250 watt light bulbs in modern table lamps.
No light bulbs actually save energy, they use it to produce light. However energy efficient bulbs use less energy than the ordinary incandescent type. To my mind describing them as energy saving is wrong, they should be described as "lower energy" bulbs.
Use pink light bulbs they will make you look prettier. Use blue light bulbs to make soft light. If you have a lamp, drape a scarf over it to dim the light. Install a dimmer switch to adjust the lighting.
In the U.S. all home light bulbs use 120 volts constantly. You may mean electrical power (watts) instead of voltage. If so, different light bulbs use different amounts of power. Typical general service incandescent light bulbs (ordinary old fashioned light bulbs) use about 1200 watts-hours (1.2 kilowatt hours) if burned all day and night. Twice that much for 100 watt bulbs. Compact fluorescent bulbs that produce a similar amount of light output use about 300… Read More
Tungsten is ideal for use in light bulbs because of its high melting point, which is around 3422 °C (6192 °F).
it depends up on the usage of the bulbs
It might be the energy saving bulbs.
you can use an oingion but not a carrot
There is no reason to use magnesium in light bulbs. Magnesium readily and easily catches fire and burns -- white hot.
Eco-friendly light bulbs use less power because they need less volts to light. At least, I think so. Unaccurate, Google it, Yahoo! it, dogpile it.
Energy saving light bulbs use less electricity than regular light bulbs. An energy saving light bulb uses between 2 and 17 watts of electricity.
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No, they sell individual tanning beds though. It is not legal for them to sell the light bulbs individually. They pose a health risk to those who use them as normal light bulbs.
Which gas does not react at all it is use in light bulbs so that the metal in the light bulb can get very hot without burning?
Modern light bulbs contain no gases whatsoever; a vacuum.
Different makes use different bulbs, need to know what vehicle you have.
No, they just use less energy for the same brightness
Light bulbs can be both AC and DC and also operate on a wide variety of voltages.
If your reference to bulbs is light bulbs then yes they can be mixed. The led lamps have to be ballasted to use them in home lighting.
People buy electric light bulbs so they don't have to use candles to see their surroundings.
Argon. As an inert gas, it makes the filament last longer. Some light bulbs also use Krypton.
Heat bulbs would be a more appropriate name because incandescent bulbs transform 90% of electricity received into heat and 10% into light. New Compact Fluorescent light bulbs use only 20% to 30% of the energy needed to power a standard bulb for the same wattage.
why light bulbs are fragile