sodium vapor lamp


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sodium vapor lamp

n.
A highly energy-efficient electric lamp containing a small amount of sodium, neon, and argon, used in generating yellow light for lighting streets and highways.
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While many countries have banned the use of mercury, in certain industries like the sodium vapor lamp industry and coal power plants do not have the means to replace the use of mercury.
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