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The element in an incandescent light bulb that releases light energy is _____.

I think its C a thin tungsten filament. Am i right? below are the choices:

A.a phosphor
B.mercury vapor
C.a thin tungsten filament
D.a thick tungsten filament

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  4. Answer is C you are correct bro

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