How Is Light Created?

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Light is created when electrons absorb the energy of photons. The excess energy from absorbing this photon results in light because an electron can only absorb so much energy and then has to release the rest.
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Light is created when an excited electron in an atom returns to its ground level of orbit. As the electron returns to the normal orbital level, energy in the form of a photon is released.
Light is created by the electrons located inside an atom. When the electrons are in an excited state they create a ton of energy. When this energy is lowered the electrons release any oversupply in the form of light. You can find more information here: http://www.scienceofspectroscopy.info/edit/index.php?title=How_Light_is_Created
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