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In an electric bulb, light is produced due to the glowing of
$(a)$. the glass case of the bulb
$(b)$. the thin filament
$(c)$. the thick wires supporting the filament
$(d)$. gases inside glass case of the bulb.
When the current is passed through an electric bulb, the filament of the bulb glows and the bulb produces light.
So, option $(b)$ is correct.
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