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Electric Lighting Comes of Age

This site goes through the early forms of lighting and gives a basic explanation of incandescent lamps and fluorescent lighting.

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Fluorescent Light

Fluorescent lighting has a considerable advantage in energy efficiency over incandescent lighting.

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Edison Birthplace Museum

Information on Thomas Alva Edison (1847 - 1931), inventor of the phonograph, the incandescent light bulb, and many other devices that make our lives fuller and simpler.

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Lighting Up The Investigative Path With Polonium-210

This article reveals what happens to someone when they are poisoned with Polonium-210.

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Lighting and Atmospheric Electricity

This site focuses on the causes and effects of lightning as well as analyzing a wide variety of atmospheric measurements related to thunderstorms.

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How OLEDs work

How­ OLED technology works, what types of OLEDs are possible, how they compare to other lighting techn­ologies and what problems they need to overcome.

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Light: a learning unit

Lots of information about light, colour and the history of lighting from Edison's light bulb to recent innovations.

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OLED lighting

What if the light bulb of the future wasn't a bulb at all? That's what scientists at GE Global Research are betting on in the Organic Light Emitting Diode (OLED) program.

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