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What is the difference between incandescent lamps and fluorescent lamps?

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What is the difference between incandescent lamps and fluorescent lamps?

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In case of incandescent lamps it deals with the so-called temperature radiator. The coil made of tungsten is made to glow and thus to illuminate with electric current. Incandescent lamps cause mainly warmer light fluorescent lamps are the so-called discharge lamps. A hardly visible UV – radiation is made thru an electric discharge between both the poles of the glass-tube. The light occurs due to the fact, that the fluorescent substance on the inner side of the glass is stimulated by the UV to illuminate. For start and operation all fluorescent lamps need operating devices. Fluorescent lamps are very economical, but create a more colder light.

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