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Radioactive Substances in Compact Fluorescent Lamps


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Document ID: 100653
NEMA LSD 15-1993 (R2001)   [DOWNLOAD]   [BUY]

Addresses why radioactive elements are used in the starting mechanism of compact fluorescent lamps.


Published Date: Apr.11.2006
Document ID: 100653

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