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  Thomas Edison first received a rudimentary lamp patent in 1879. He initially used the element platinum, because it could produce white light for an extended period of time and had a high melting point. Since then, other elements have been used in light bulbs because they are more efficient, less expensive and more readily available.   Incandescent Bulbs Incandescent bulbs create light by the resistance of electricity through a fine filament, which causes them to get very hot when in use. Most incandescent bulbs use tungsten as a filament element. Tungsten is an inexpensive metal that has a long...

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Edison bulbs, aka filament bulbs, are those antique-looking light bulbs that you can look at directly without hurting your eyes. They are therefore often used bare, and they typically add a rustic or vintage accent to a room. Let's find out how they are different from regular, modern incandescent bulbs, and see if we find any surprising facts about the Wizard of Menlo Park himself, Thomas Edison, and his role in the invention of electric light bulbs.    The filament of Edison's light bulb When Edison and his researchers at Menlo Park became interested in the artificial lighting, they focused...

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Click to check the full Fika Series Swag Lights Question: Can the plug be cut off so the light can be hardwired? asked by Jackie C. on April 14, 2017 Answer: We do not recommend any alteration or modifications by buyers, which is against our Terms of Service and will void your warranty. We do recommend a proffesional electrician do the hardwiring work for you if that is what you want. Question: How do you add on mute lights like this asked by Mary Martha on May 9, 2017 Answer: The triple socket plug-in light is not dimmerable, but you can easily...

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Click to see this product Question: Is it possible to change the chord, currently used for suspension, to a pipe? If so, what would be the suspending pipe diameter? asked by John Bennett on March 5, 2017 Answer: Sorry, this pipe pendant cannot be assembled with another pipe. Question: Has anyone tried this lamp in the kitchen? asked by J.T on May 3, 2017 Answer: Yes. Please check out the reviews below by some of our buyers. I think It would be a great idea to install this pipe light in your kitchen or above your kitchen island. Please check out the...

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