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    Toshiba Materials has constantly been working to contribute to society through our materials and components. Since making Japan's first tungsten filaments for incandescent light bulbs, and...
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    As one of the world’s leading corporations developing solutions in energy, life science and electronics nobody is better placed than Hitachi to appreciate the need to observe micro and nano...
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    Minitool is proud to announce our line of high quality precision tools and instruments for microscopic investigation and applications. For over 37 years, Minitool has held the reputation of...
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    JASCO is a manufacturer of instrumentation for molecular spectroscopy and chromatography. Established in 1958, by a group of leading scientists in vibrational spectroscopy, the company quickly...
  • Article - 6 Oct 2007
    In this article we examine the structure, applications and power consumption of incandescent light bulbs.
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    Ocean Optics is now Ocean Insight. The name change represents deep investment in optical sensing solutions and expanded peer partner services to help bring greater value to its customers. From...
  • News - 7 Jun 2011
    Hive Lighting, manufacturer of lighting fixtures, has introduced the Plasma light technology for media production purposes. The plasma emitters, unlike LEDs, Tungstens, and hydrargyrum medium-arc...
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    With over 50 years of experience in developing light measurement instruments, Gamma Scientific is trusted by the world’s leading organizations to provide accurate and reliable results. Based in...
  • News - 7 Feb 2013
    For the first time, scientists have created single layers of a naturally occurring rare mineral called tungstenite, or WS2. The resulting sheet of stacked sulfur and tungsten atoms forms a...
  • Article - 13 Jun 2013
    A halogen lamp is an incandescent light source consisting of a tungsten filament enclosed in an environment of an inert gas and a small amount of a halogen (bromine or iodine).

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