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Discussion Forum : General Science - Elements and Metals (Q.No. 7)
The gas usually filled in the electric bulb is
carbon dioxide
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Atchyuth said:   1 year ago
Thanks all for giving the clear explanations.

Ahhh said:   2 years ago
I'm agree, it's argon.

Malay said:   3 years ago
Incandescent light bulbs are filled with an inert gas like nitrogen, argon, or krypton - so that the filament doesn't catch fire. Early ones were a vacuum.

Eli said:   3 years ago
What will happen if hydrogen gas is used in the incandescent bulb? Anyone explain the effect.

Eli said:   3 years ago
What will happen if you use hydrogen gas? It will turn on or turn off the bulb?

Vivek Anand said:   3 years ago
There are two types of constructions of incandescent light bulbs, one entailing a low vacuum and one that is filled with the inert gas. The gas used is either Nitrogen or Argon.

Ayush said:   3 years ago
Filling a bulb with an inert gas such as argon or nitrogen slows down the evaporation of the tungsten filament compared to operating it in a vacuum.

Vittal said:   3 years ago
Argon used in electrical bulbs.

BRIJRAJ MEENA said:   3 years ago
Regular incandescent light bulbs are filled with a combination of argon (93%) and nitrogen (7%).

Mihir jain said:   3 years ago

Gas which is not used in electric bulb?

* Argon
* Xenon
* Neon
* Nitrogen

Tell me

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