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We see both the sun and the bulb pretty much emit photons all over

We see both the sun and the bulb pretty much emit photons all over

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We see both the sun and the bulb pretty much emit photons all over the UV/Visible/InfraRed spectrum. But do so at different intensities.

Figure 1: The spectral power distribution of a 2800K light bulb. The shaded region is the visible spectrum.

enter image description here. We see both the sun and the bulb pretty much emit photons all over ...

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In fact, everything radiates like this, not just fire. You, sitting around reading reddit, are at about 300 Kelvin, so you produce a black body spectrum ...

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Illustration to show Kirchoff's laws with spectrums

How ...

Figure 3: The radiant flux (the number of photons produced per second) of a 2800K, 60W light bulb is indicated by the shaded area. Only the visible spectrum ...

Layers of the Sun

The Electromagnetic Spectrum

The Bohr Model of Hydrogen. This figure depicts five electron orbits surrounding the hydrogen nucleus

Shape of the Sun: quadrupole or a hexadecapole

Illustration of the structure of the Sun and a red giant star, showing their convective zones. Credit: ESO

Figure 4: The luminous flux of our idealised light bulb.

By this, we can infer that a photon that escapes as visible light was lucky enough to not suffer too many re-absorption processes. so they will have a small ...

It continuously emits Infra Red radiation (which we cannot see) -these are photons nonetheless.

At the speed of light there's no time to cover any distance, but there's also

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You know bulb works by using electricity, and basic bulbs like in picture just pass current through filaman. Now think, what actually passing? Electrons.

(left) A variety of light bulbs with the filament visible in the clear one; (right) A clear light bulb with light being emitted from the hot filament

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This is the basic physics behind the operation of the laser — if we have enough atoms in the excited state, we can generate a massive flood of photons all ...

(Source: Space sun planet wallpaper)

We just created a black hole!, Now for the good sake of humanity and to have a bulb that at least works more than 1 second let's just imagine one of ...

Photograph of a worn-out movie advertisement poster on a wall.

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It seems like a simple thing: an evacuated glass bulb with some vanes that can spin around, black on one side and white on the other. When you shine light ...

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The sun has no influence on the current global temperature increase

Myth 1 is that moon has a permanent dark side. This is the far side of the moon, as photographed by Apollo 16 in 1972. See? It isn't dark. Image via NASA.

Provenance

5 Things Every Human Should Know About Light

The ...

How much of the electromagnetic spectrum does the Sun emit? © NASA/SDO

Ordinary light sources are, in essence, a collection of atoms that are excited thermally or electrically and radiate via spontaneous emission.

How did you get that idea?

Image showing the sun as a star at the center of the Solar System. »

We imagine that the atom transitions very quickly from level 4 to level 3, and also from level 2 to level 1. If we are interested in achieving population ...

Figure 12.5: Diagram of a discharge tube. The tube is filled with a gas. When a high enough voltage is applied across the tube, the gas ionises and acts ...

A nice colour rendering is essential in our life. A clear evaluation of the complexion and skin colour of a patient is of primary importance to the medical ...

Q & A: How long would we have if the Sun went out?

Light Article, Photonics Information, Star Creation Facts -- National Geographic

Illustration: Brandon Palacio

Graphic showing the Sun being weighed on a scale. »

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Assume there are 2 black bodies, 1 with a mass double of the other. If both black bodies reach a temperature of 5000K, do both emit blue light as black body ...

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When a photon hits a molecule it's sometimes absorbed and re-emitted. That process takes a little bit of time that we interpret as a "slowing".

Radiation Laws

Only a relatively small trickle of light passes through the hole in the collimating screen, and only a small fraction of that light passes through the ...

The only special thought you ...

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This graphic shows a model of the layers of the Sun, with approximate mileage ranges

The ones that take longer have more collisions and lose more energy, as they spend more time bouncing around in the Sun.

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Figure 6: The same as Figure 5, except that it is re-scaled to show radiance in terms of photons/s/m^2/sr.

An electromagnetic spectrum is shown. Different types of radiation are indicated using double-sided

What we see are the emission lines of metals used in the lamp. When the electrons leave their excited status, they emit that energy back in the form of a ...

A graph for X-ray intensity versus frequency is shown. Frequency is plotted along

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The Sun's source of power -- nuclear fusion in the core -- suddenly stopped. This is a lot more interesting, and a lot more difficult to answer.

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Also there is a convenience issue - you have to expose the correct body part to the sun? Is the sun out or covered by clouds? And do you have enough time ...

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Spontaneous emission is a random process, whereas stimulated emission produces photons with identical properties.

Understanding LED Application Theory And Practice

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The result is that the perpendicularly-traveling photons get the most amplification, and the light beam that comes out of the laser cavity consists ...

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Figure \(\PageIndex{2}\): The Bohr Model of the Hydrogen Atom (a) The distance of the orbit from the nucleus increases with increasing n.

Graph showing light characteristics of the Sun · »

The bluish light below is actually very intense and I can cause bleaching with such intense light, as you see below, even such intense light appears cool ...

A cathode ray tube connected to a high-voltage source is shown in the figure

How did you get that idea?

Graphic of the Sun with the words How Old Is The Sun?

The sun is a naturally occurring nuclear reaction.

Image is a still from a beautiful video called Full Moon Silhouettes by Mark Gee.

We see both the sun and the bulb pretty much emit photons all over the UV/Visible/InfraRed spectrum. But do so at different intensities.

enter image description here. We see both the sun and the bulb pretty much emit photons all over ...

Figure 1: The spectral power distribution of a 2800K light bulb. The shaded region is the visible spectrum.

SHOW ...

In fact, everything radiates like this, not just fire. You, sitting around reading reddit, are at about 300 Kelvin, so you produce a black body spectrum ...

Illustration to show Kirchoff's laws with spectrums

... enter image description here

Figure 3: The radiant flux (the number of photons produced per second) of a 2800K, 60W light bulb is indicated by the shaded area. Only the visible spectrum ...

How ...

Layers of the Sun

The Electromagnetic Spectrum

Figure 4: The luminous flux of our idealised light bulb.

Shape of the Sun: quadrupole or a hexadecapole

The Bohr Model of Hydrogen. This figure depicts five electron orbits surrounding the hydrogen nucleus

Illustration of the structure of the Sun and a red giant star, showing their convective zones. Credit: ESO

By this, we can infer that a photon that escapes as visible light was lucky enough to not suffer too many re-absorption processes. so they will have a small ...

At the speed of light there's no time to cover any distance, but there's also

... Solar Eclipse - Source: http://www.zam.fme.vutbr

You know bulb works by using electricity, and basic bulbs like in picture just pass current through filaman. Now think, what actually passing? Electrons.

(left) A variety of light bulbs with the filament visible in the clear one; (right) A clear light bulb with light being emitted from the hot filament

(Source: Space sun planet wallpaper)

This is the basic physics behind the operation of the laser — if we have enough atoms in the excited state, we can generate a massive flood of photons all ...

Figure 12.5: Diagram of a discharge tube. The tube is filled with a gas. When a high enough voltage is applied across the tube, the gas ionises and acts ...

We just created a black hole!, Now for the good sake of humanity and to have a bulb that at least works more than 1 second let's just imagine one of ...

Photograph of a worn-out movie advertisement poster on a wall.

It seems like a simple thing: an evacuated glass bulb with some vanes that can spin around, black on one side and white on the other. When you shine light ...

The sun has no influence on the current global temperature increase

5 Things Every Human Should Know About Light

Myth 1 is that moon has a permanent dark side. This is the far side of the moon, as photographed by Apollo 16 in 1972. See? It isn't dark. Image via NASA.

Provenance

The ...

photon1

Ordinary light sources are, in essence, a collection of atoms that are excited thermally or electrically and radiate via spontaneous emission.

Image showing the sun as a star at the center of the Solar System. »

We imagine that the atom transitions very quickly from level 4 to level 3, and also from level 2 to level 1. If we are interested in achieving population ...

A nice colour rendering is essential in our life. A clear evaluation of the complexion and skin colour of a patient is of primary importance to the medical ...

Illustration: Brandon Palacio

Q & A: How long would we have if the Sun went out?

Graphic showing the Sun being weighed on a scale. »

Assume there are 2 black bodies, 1 with a mass double of the other. If both black bodies reach a temperature of 5000K, do both emit blue light as black body ...

Lighting_Facts_Halogen_1.jpg

saffron-led-bulb-product-photos-3.jpg

Only a relatively small trickle of light passes through the hole in the collimating screen, and only a small fraction of that light passes through the ...

Radiation Laws

When a photon hits a molecule it's sometimes absorbed and re-emitted. That process takes a little bit of time that we interpret as a "slowing".

This graphic shows a model of the layers of the Sun, with approximate mileage ranges

2Z9A3897.jpg

Figure 6: The same as Figure 5, except that it is re-scaled to show radiance in terms of photons/s/m^2/sr.

An electromagnetic spectrum is shown. Different types of radiation are indicated using double-sided

Lighting_Facts.jpg

What we see are the emission lines of metals used in the lamp. When the electrons leave their excited status, they emit that energy back in the form of a ...

b9bbdd38b91f87f39070da7115830b86.jpg

How did you get that idea?

A graph for X-ray intensity versus frequency is shown. Frequency is plotted along

Also there is a convenience issue - you have to expose the correct body part to the sun? Is the sun out or covered by clouds? And do you have enough time ...

The only special thought you ...

The ones that take longer have more collisions and lose more energy, as they spend more time bouncing around in the Sun.

osram40wled-product-photos-1.jpg

Spontaneous emission is a random process, whereas stimulated emission produces photons with identical properties.

How did you get that idea?

Figure \(\PageIndex{2}\): The Bohr Model of the Hydrogen Atom (a) The distance of the orbit from the nucleus increases with increasing n.

Understanding LED Application Theory And Practice

CFL.jpg

The sun is a naturally occurring nuclear reaction.

The result is that the perpendicularly-traveling photons get the most amplification, and the light beam that comes out of the laser cavity consists ...

imageedit_6_9081968393.jpg

A cathode ray tube connected to a high-voltage source is shown in the figure

The Sun's source of power -- nuclear fusion in the core -- suddenly stopped. This is a lot more interesting, and a lot more difficult to answer.

The bluish light below is actually very intense and I can cause bleaching with such intense light, as you see below, even such intense light appears cool ...

Graph showing light characteristics of the Sun · »

philips-60-watt-replacement-led-product-photos-10.

Graphic illustration to show Energy levels of electrons in the Bohr model

Graphic of the Sun with the words How Old Is The Sun?

chemoluminescence picture

Image is a still from a beautiful video called Full Moon Silhouettes by Mark Gee.

Satellite view of Paris at night (France)

... just mixing RGB to create a certain colour sensation to our eyes. So the blue you see below is different! It is due to actual frequencies.