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Domestic electric light sources

Domestic electric light sources

This animation shows the characteristics of domestic light sources, from traditional light bulbs to LED lights.

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light source, lighting, lamp, traditional light bulb, halogen lamp, compact fluorescent tube, LED, light bulb, lifespan, filament, LED lights, LED chip, socket, fluorescent coating, electronics, electric current, electrode, light, Edison, Thomas Edison, heat radiation, electromagnetic, visible light, thermal conductivity, light switch, atomic orbital, resistance, particle physics, atomic physics, technology, physics

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