Author: Laura Dewis

Underwater Torch Challenge Glossary

Updated Saturday, 21st July 2007
Some of the key terms associated with making a torch

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Electron - Tiny, negatively charged particles.

Ground - Normal.

Light bulb - Invented by Thomas Edison in 1879.

Filament - Wire.

The source can be anything that generates a reasonable voltage but is usually a battery.




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