incandescent

[adj] - characterized by ardent emotion or intensity or brilliance 2. [adj] - emitting light as a result of being heated
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Incandescent

In`can·des'cent adjective [ Latin incandecens , -entis , present participle of incandescere to become warm or hot; prefix in- in + candescere to become of a glittering whiteness, to become red hot, incho. from candere to be of a glittering whiteness: confer F...
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incandescent

White, glowing, or luminous, with intense heat; as, incandescent carbon or platinum; hence, clear; shining; brilliant. 'Holy Scripture become resplendent; or, as one might say, incandescent throughout.' (I. ... <physics> Taylor) Incandescent lamp or light, a kind of lamp in which the light is produced by a thin filament of conducting material...
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incandescent

candent adjective emitting light as a result of being heated; `an incandescent bulb`
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incandescent

(in″cәn-des´әnt) in radiology, said of a heated filament that is emitting electrons; see also thermionic emission.
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Incandescent

• (a.) White, glowing, or luminous, with intense heat; as, incandescent carbon or platinum; hence, clear; shining; brilliant.
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Incandescent

Used to describe a type of torch which is brighter than an LED
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Incandescent

These lights use an electrically heated filament to produce light in a vacuum or inert gas-filled bulb.
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incandescent

characterized by ardent emotion, intensity, or brilliance
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Incandescent

Artificial light source produced by an electric current passing through a wire inside a vacuum, heating the wire to high temperatures to produce light. Compare Fluorescent. Only five percent of the energy output of Incandescent lighting is light, while the remaining 95% of the energy output is heat.
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Incandescent

These lights use an electrically heated filament to produce light in a vacuum or inert gas-filled bulb.
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incandescent

characterized by ardent emotion, intensity, or brilliance
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Incandescent

A lamp in which light is produced by a filament heated by an electric current so that it glows.
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