Wrapping up the problem of broken light bulbs


By Gursharan Randhawa FEARS that compact fluorescent lamps (CFLs) might pose a health risk may now be eased, thanks to a cloth impregnated with nanoparticles that soak up mercury. Used in protective packaging, the cloth would absorb mercury vapour released if the bulbs break in transit. Energy-efficient CFLs work by passing a current through mercury vapour. This excites mercury atoms, making them emit ultraviolet light,
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