File:Medical arc lamp.jpg

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English: A medical carbon arc lamp from around 1909. It consists of two carbon rod electrodes supplied with mains current creating an electric arc between them, which emitted a brilliant white light. Arc light was rich in ultraviolet light and was used to treat various skin conditions.
Date before 1909
date QS:P,+1909-00-00T00:00:00Z/7,P1326,+1909-00-00T00:00:00Z/9
Source Retrieved April 19, 2013 from Herbert McIntosh 1909 Practical Handbook of Medical Electricity, Therapeutic Publishing Co., Boston, USA, p. 86, fig. 51 on Google Books
Author Herbert McIntosh


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