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Grade: 12
        
Electric bulb
principle
4 years ago

Answers : (2)

gdbusher
100 Points
							
 the resistance of the filament in the bulb is high, the quantity of heat produced is also high. Therefore, the filament is heated to incandescence and emits light. Tungsten with a high melting point (3380oC) is used as the filament. The filament is usually enclosed in a glass bulb containing some inert gas at low pressure. Electric arc and electric welding also work on the principle of heating effect of current. In some cases such as transformers and dynamos, Joule heating effect is undesirable. These devices are designed in such a way as to reduce the loss of energy due to heating.
4 years ago
Anish
13 Points
							
Every appliances are based on OHMS Law.where potential difference is directly proportional to the current flowing through a conductor. Bulb is based on heating principle is wrong.
one year ago
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