Q. Why does an electric bulb make a ‘bang’ when it is broken?

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Q. Why does an electric bulb make a ‘bang’ when it is broken?

A. There is a vacuum inside the electric bulb. When the bulb is broken air rushes in at great speed from all sides to fill the vacuum. The rushing of air produces a noise generally referred to as a ‘bang’.

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