Definition of Incandescing

1. Verb. (present participle of incandesce) ¹



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Definition of Incandescing

1. incandesce [v] - See also: incandesce

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Incandescing

incalescences
incalescency
incalescent
incall
incalls
incameration
incandesce
incandesced
incandescence
incandescences
incandescent
incandescent lamp
incandescently
incandescents
incandesces
incandescing (current term)
incanescent
incanous
incant
incantation
incantational
incantations
incantatory
incanted
incanting
incantoning
incants
incapabilities
incapability
incapable

Literary usage of Incandescing

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1. Electricity in Every-day Life by Edwin James Houston (1905)
"CHAPTER XX THE incandescing ELECTRIC LAMP "The next morning the African ... As we have already explained, the incandescing lamp is an extremely poor device ..."

2. The Federal Reporter: With Key-number Annotations by District of Columbia Court of Appeals, United States Commerce Court, Courts of Appeals (1890)
"The patent has four claims: "(1) An incandescing conductor for an electric lamp, of carbonized fibrous or textile material, and of an arch or horseshoe sh ..."

3. Evolution of the Electric Incandescent Lamp by Franklin Leonard Pope (1894)
"An incandescing conductor for an electric lamp, of carbonized fibrous or textile material and of an arch or horseshoe shape, substantially as hereinbefore ..."

4. A Dictionary of Electrical Words, Terms and Phrases by Edwin James Houston (1903)
"The incandescing conductor of an incandescent electric lamp, ... incandescing Filament.—A lamp filament that is producing light by incandescence. ..."

5. Proceedings of the National Electric Light Association by National Electric Light Association Convention (1886)
"Then platinum was used as an incandescing conductor. In 1864 I had the pleasure, as a student, of making an incandescent lamp consisting of eight ..."

6. The Electrician (1883)
"Lamp, Electric-arc. GD Allen, Brooklyn, NY Lump, Incandescent Electric. U. Lea, Birmingham, County of Warwick, England. Lamp, incandescing Electric. ..."

7. Electric Incandescent Lighting by Edwin James Houston, Arthur Edwin Kennelly (1902)
"incandescing-filament surface activity, 70 to 100 watts per square cm. If the surface activity of an incandescing filament be increased, ..."

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