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In fluoroscent lamp when voltage increases current also increases WHY?

In fluoroscent lamp when voltage increases current also increases WHY?
 

Grade:12th pass

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Harishwar IIT Roorkee
askIITians Faculty 50 Points
6 years ago
In a gas discharge, such as a fluorescent lamp, current causes resistance to decrease. This is because as more electrons and ions flow through a particular area, they bump into more atoms, which frees up electrons, creating more charged particles. In this way, current will climb on its own in a gas discharge, as long as there is adequate voltage (and household AC current has a lot of voltage). If the current in a fluorescent light isn't controlled, it can blow out the various electrical components.

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