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lamp consisting of a tube coated on the inside with a fluorescent material

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The market size is calculated on the basis of revenue generated from the sale of new and replacement SSL and fluorescent lights.
Interior Design Studio 200 has been installed with fluorescent lamp unit and the classroom is covered by curtains, whereas Studio 100 contains the presence of both fluorescent light and daylighting.
LightRecycle Washington collection sites will take traditional fluorescent tubes (including straight, curved and circular tubes), the twisty compact fluorescent lights and high intensity discharge lights, which are commonly used in outdoor lighting fixtures.
But what if you're taking a photo of someone standing under the fluorescent lights but with the incandescent-lit art exhibit behind them?
This opens up many potential applications, including the possibility of using these polymers as antibacterial countertops that may be sterilized using regular fluorescent lights.
1) The oversight and enforcement of this policy by the Environmental Protection Agency, the Department of Transportation, the Department of Energy, the Department of the Treasury and other governmental entities proceed without an understanding of how fluorescent light modifies cellular physiology.
Another large chain that replaced fluorescent lights with LEDge Lights realized a positive ROI in just 15 months in energy savings alone.
COMSUBFOR and COMSUBPAC issued message dtg 101224Z SEP 2007 discontinuing the use of plastic starters for fluorescent lights.
Certain forms of eczema some of which are very common do flare up badly anywhere near fluorescent lights, so these people have to just be around incandescent lights.
He said the imperceptible flickering of the commonly used 100Hz fluorescent lights can make it more difficult for pupils to read.
Fluorescent lights contain a small amount of mercury, requiring recycling rather than conventional disposal.
While the Australian Government's move to phase out incandescent light bulbs in favour of compact fluorescent lamps (CFLs) by 2010 has been welcomed as an important initiative against global warming, concern has been raised that discarded fluorescent lights bring a new environmental problem--higher levels of poisonous mercury in landfill.
Compact Fluorescent Lights (CFL), for example, require two-thirds less energy, generate seventy percent less heat, and last up to ten times longer than standard lighting, according to ENERGY STAR--a joint program of the U.
The researchers' experiments later revealed what they call hillocks when silicon is both illuminated by fluorescent lights and immersed in ultrapure water or in chemicals like those used commercially to etch and clean chips.
The LED products are being used in marina lighting applications to replace the problematic and short-lived fluorescent lights.
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