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CARBIDE HEAD LAMP<br />
Acetylene Produces Flame and Heat Exothermically<br />
Calcium carbide and water reacts to form acetylene, producing heat and flame. A substantial percentage of cavers still use carbide lamps, despite advances in illumination technology such as LEDs.

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CARBIDE HEAD LAMP
Acetylene Produces Flame and Heat Exothermically
Calcium carbide and water reacts to form acetylene, producing heat and flame. A substantial percentage of cavers still use carbide lamps, despite advances in illumination technology such as LEDs.

Copyright:© 1989 Chip Clark - Fundamental Photographs

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