How Hot does a 60 Watt Light Bulb Get?

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If left on for a long time a 60 watt light bulb can get hot enough to burn you. Any light bulb that is on for a long period of time can get hot enough to burn.
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The surface temperature of light bulbs in ambient temperature of 77F, is: 25W - 110F 40W - 252F 60W - 260F.
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That depends on the technology used. Different light bulbs produce different amounts of light for the same power.
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Light Bulb contains a resistive Filament. When electricity passes through it, as per Joule's Law H=I^2*R*t. Usually bulb heat upto 300 degree centigrade. Hence they are filled with
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