Definition of Incandesced

1. Verb. (past of incandesce) ¹



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Definition of Incandesced

1. incandesce [v] - See also: incandesce

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Incandesced

incaging
incaite
incalcitrant
incalculability
incalculable
incalculableness
incalculably
incalescence
incalescences
incalescency
incalescent
incalls
incameration
incandesce
incandesced (current term)
incandescence
incandescences
incandescent
incandescent lamp
incandescently
incandescents
incandesces
incandescing
incanescent
incanous
incant
incantation
incantational
incantations

Literary usage of Incandesced

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Mathematical and Physical Papers: Collected from Different Scientific by Baron William Thomson Kelvin, Sir Joseph Larmor, James Prescott Joule (1890)
"The apparent area of the Swan filament, being one-ninth of a square inch, is '23 of a square centimetre, and when incandesced to 20 candles must be about as ..."

2. Electricity Control: A Treatise on Electric Switchgear and Systems of by Leonard Andrews (1904)
"If a moment later the incoming generator gets 90° in advance of the 'bus bars, lamp 2 will be fully incandesced, lamp 4 will be black, and lamps 1 and 3 ..."

3. The Electrical Engineer (1898)
"The difficulties met with are apparent as the lamp is incandesced while ... such lamps be incandesced to a temperature g about five watts per candle-power, ..."

4. Electric Light Installations: A Practical Handbook by David Salomons (1894)
"A small and very thin hollow globe of carbon, connected with the circuit by the poles, was incandesced, so that a small globe of light was produced for the ..."

5. The Chemical Trade Journal (1890)
"The filament is incandesced in the atmosphere, as it is practically non-combustible, or, ... it may be incandesced in any suitable gas or in a vacuum. ..."

6. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London by Royal Society (Great Britain) (1900)
"In the latter, 99 per cent, thoria plus 1 per cent, ceria gives many times as much light as pure thoria alone, while, when incandesced by cathode rays of ..."

7. The Engineering Index Annual for by American Society of Mechanical Engineers (1914)
"... of the lamps when such a vacuum has been attained that the filament may be safely incandesced, and also the opening of the supply circuit. Ills. 2000 w. ..."

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