How the light bulb was made?

Why was the light bulb made?

The light bulb was invented for the purpose of giving off light. It was designed to produce a more consistent, longer-lasting, higher quality light…

When was the light bulb invented?

Long before Thomas Edison patented — first in 1879 and then a year later in 1880 — and began commercializing his incandescent light bulb, British inventors were demonstrating that electric light was possible with the arc lamp.

How does a light bulb work?

The incandescent light bulb turns electricity into light by sending the electric current through a thin wire called a filament. Electrical filaments are made up mostly of tungsten metal. The resistance of the filament heats the bulb. Eventually the filament gets so hot that it glows, producing light.

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