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It was first produced by heating with the current to incandescence a fine platinum wire.
The phenomenon of incandescence without oxygen seems peculiar to these lights alone.
Small wonder that the meteor is brought to lively incandescence and consumed even in a fraction of a second.
A TEXT-BOOK OF ASTRONOMYGEORGE C. COMSTOCK
Once a Beowulfer vanished in a supernova flash, and when the ball of incandescence widened to nothing the ship was gone.
SPACE VIKINGHENRY BEAM PIPER
There were momentarily unbearable flashes of pure energy and from them globes of incandescence spread and vanished.
SPACE VIKINGHENRY BEAM PIPER
Rocks beneath it flashed into sudden incandescence, splintered and cracked, flowed in molten streams.
I cannot express their vague, yet vast and intense splendor, by any other word than incandescence.
The usual method is to heat some material to incandescence by passing an electric current through it.
It was exactly as though her fury, a generated incandescence of rage, had burned into a perceptible flare.
CYTHEREAJOSEPH HERGESHEIMER

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