Are there gases in regular light bulbs?



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    The structure of a standard lightbulb is very simple, and inside the light bulb the structure is surrounded by low pressure inert gas.  Argon, neon, and nitorgen are the gasses that are most typically used in light bulbs.  The inert gas actually helps the bulb to burn brighter and it reduces evaporation of the filament.



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