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Neon Light

Neon Light

http://www.hussy.com.au 1How does Neon Light work

http://www.flickr.comClick her to go back to the contentsA neon light is made up of a luminous pipe and is usually used for lighting signs. The pipe is then filled with an slow gas (inert gas), which in this case, is neon. After a high energy power source is pinned to the light, it will glow. When the energy causes the gas molecules to gain electrons, it results in neon light.

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History of neon lighthttp://www.invent.orgClick her to go back to the contentsNeon Lighting was first demonstrated in a modern form in December, 1910 by Georges Claude at the Paris Motor Show. While they are used worldwide, neon signs were extremely popular in the United States from about 19201960. The connections in Times Square were famed, and there were nearly 2000 small shops producing neon signs by 1940. 5

Neon light effectshttp://home.productwiki.comClick her to go back to the contentsLight effects are just some of the amazing ways to represent information. Whether used in presentations, videos or other devices, neon light effects can jazz up the show quite well. 8Neon lights are very fragile, and their transformers produce 4,000 to 12,000 volts.A shock from neon lights could knock you off your feet -- or kill you.Neon lights were firstly used in the United States when Georges Claude sold two signs to the Packard car company in 1923. The lights, which spelled out, "Packard," cost $12,000 each.Neon is also known as neon lamps.

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http://www.apolloneon.com Neon lights are very fragile, and their transformers produce 4,000 to 12,000 volts.A shock from neon lights could knock you off your feet -- or kill you.Neon lights were firstly used in the United States when Georges Claude sold two signs to the Packard car company in 1923. The lights, which spelled out, "Packard," cost $12,000 each.Neon is also known as neon lamps.

10What's in neon light

http://www.chemwiki.ucdavis.eduClick her to go back to the contentsNeon lights are mostly used as storefront signs; they use neon gas in hollow glass tubes to give their famous shining glow. An electric stream is mixed through the neon gas (mixed with a small percentage of argon).6Argon PhosphorIonCathodeElectrodeLuminousSignageMoleculesElectronsPlasma ImpulsePhoton

GlossaryPhysicistsVoltageMercuryHeliumhttp://dictionary.reference.com/

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etymologyhttp://www.flickr.comClick her to go back to the contentsNeon gas, was found in 1898, the name came from the Greek word for "neos", which means "the new gas in Greek7

Colourshttp://www.sighx.info Click her to go back to the contentsNeon usually gives a red glow, but many many other colors can be created if use other ingredients. Most commonly, argon, phosphor, xenon, helium and mercury are used.9Resources

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11Thankyou for listeningHope you learned something today

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