When did edison invented electric light?

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  • By January 1879, at his laboratory in Menlo Park , New Jersey, Edison had built his first high resistance, incandescent electric light. It worked by passing electricity through a thin platinum filament in the glass vacuum bulb, which delayed the filament from melting. Still, the lamp only burned for a few short hours.

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Still life of the first electric light bulb, invented by Thomas Alva Edison in 1879 and patented on January 27, 1880.

Edison threw himself into the challenge of developing a commercially viable incandescent light in 1878, and investors in the Edison Electric Light Company provided him with the necessary seed...

In January 1880, Edison set out to develop a company that would deliver the electricity to power and light the cities of the world. That same year, Edison founded the Edison Illuminating...

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