What part of the light bulb kept it lit?
The first light bulb ever lit was about 48 hours Read More
Yes. Before light bulbs, homes and streets were lit by gas lamps, which each had to be lit by hand. The electric light bulb solved all those problems. Read More
That means that the bulb looks bright. Read More
A light bulb is not lit when the swtich is not connected to the wire becasue there is no flow of electricity, specifically, flow of electrons. By disconnecting the wire, the bulb is no longer connected to the electricity source. Read More
When the bulb is lit it uses energy. When there is no bulb, no energy is used even if it is switched on. Read More
heat energy Read More
The number of watts (= energy per second) consumed by the bulb when lit. Read More
They will continue to do what they were doing before the light bulb broke. If they were lit they will stay lit. If they were off they will stay off. This question could be improved by specifying that "the other light bulbs" are in that same circuit in which the broken light bulb was connected. Also, if the light bulb is broken in an inert atmosphere, it may well continue to burn. Read More
Omnidirectional, meaning all-directional, is an adjective. The omnidirectional shine of the light kept the entire room lit up. Read More
The other bulb will no longer be lit because the circuit will be incomplete. Read More
The "The Centennial Light" 4 watt light bulb which was first lit in 1901 and is still in use today at a fire station in Livermore, California. Read More
Bulb (Head light,or tailight,or stop light) not operating Read More
Thermal energy Read More
heat Read More
What does the energy of a light bulb change into after the lamp has been lit for a while how can you measure the change?
depending on the bulb. alot of heat Read More
Exothermic, as the reaction is releasing heat into the surroundings. Read More
What is a circuit that allows one light bulb to remain lit while another connected bulb stays off is called?
The question is ambiguous, however one possibility is a parallel circuit, which would permit one light bulb to remain lit while the other light bulb was switched off. By contrast, if the light bulbs were connected in a series circuit, switching one light bulb off would cause both lights to go off. Read More
If a light bulb is connected between 2 wires and both wires have 300 volts of electrical energy is the light bulb lit?
A light bulb connected between to wires, each having 300 volts to ground that are in phase, will not light, because there is no differential voltage available to do any work. If each wire has 300 volts to ground and are out of phase (600 volts between them) the light bulb will be lit, if it is rated at least for 600 volts, otherwise it will burn out. Read More
Sir Joseph Wilson Swan is credited with inventing the first practical incandescent light bulb. His was the first house to be lit using such a light bulb. Read More
It was invented in 1879, so no one really knows if it is still lit up or not. Read More
no but copper wires in liqued nitrogen can work Read More
Why do you think one light bulb stayed on when the other light bulb was unhooked in a parallel circuit?
In a parallel circuit each bulb has the same voltage applied so if one bulbfails all the others will remain lit. Read More
Any other light bulbs on the parallel circuit will remain lit. On a serial circuit all light bulbs will go out, as removing the bulb has opened the circuit. Read More
You don't. The design of an ordinary light bulb is to operate with a voltage supply. Read More
When the light bulb is lit elactrical energy will be converted into two different forms of energy what are these two forms of energy?
Light and heat Read More
If the wiring was all in series, then a light bulb could go out, and then everything would go out, but if it is in parallel, the light bulb can go out, and the rest will stay lit. Read More
3 bulb can be connected.............................. Read More
Lit is a verb. It's the past tense and past participle of light. Read More
check your brake light or tail light you probably have a bulb burned out Read More
Use 100 watts Read More
3000 joules(J) Read More
My lightbulb stayed lit after I removed it all from the copper sulfate solution because electrodes were still working. Read More
A single bulb can be lit with on kilowatt until the bulb burns out or until the power goes off. Read More
bulb feel after being lit up for 2 minutes Read More
the first city tolit pu one of edison's bulb was in new york city Read More
Lightbulbs do get hot when lit - even cfl bulbs get a bit hot. Read More
When a circuit of light bulbs is wired in such a way that if one bulb burns out the rest stay lit it is called a circuit?
Parallel Read More
For most light bulbs, they consume equal amounts of energy regardless of bright or dark environments. This is because a light bulb is simply lit up by a power source, and is unable to control brightness, producing the same amount of light. That is why most people say we should not waste energy by switching on a light bulb in the day. Read More
A tiny light bulb with a reflector is lit up with a battery. The switch connects the electric circuit; the power flows through the wire and the bulb lights up.Current through resistive filament of globe produces heat and light.Well first there's these two batteries inside it, then there's a wire inside it connecting it to the light bulb. then it makes one light bulb or more light by the energy of the battery. that makes… Read More
One of the exterior bulbs has burned out if the warning light that looks like a light bulb ( located below your engine temperature gauge ) has lit up Read More
If a 100 w light bulb is lit for 8 hours each day for W days in a month many kilowatt-hours will the bulb consume?
Convert the 100 watts to kilowatts. Calculate the total time in hours, and multiply by the number of kilowatts that the light bulb uses. Read More
When a circuit of light bulbs is wired in such a way that if one bulb burns out the rest stay lit it is called?
That would be a parallel circuit. Read More
Bulbs don't light if they are burnt out or if there is no voltage applied. Since no one has any idea what is represented by your mythical Circuit A and B you'll have to be the judge of which is which. Read More