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The element in an incandescent light bulb that releases light energy is _____. A. a phosphor B. mercury vapor C. a thin tungsten filament D. a thick tungsten filament
The element in an incandescent light bulb that releases light energy is a thick tungsten filament.
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The element in an incandescent light bulb that releases light energy is a thick tungsten filament.
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