An incandescent light bulb functions b/c of the flow of electric current. Does the the light bulb convert all of the electrical energy to light? Observe a functioning incandescent light bulb, and explain what occurs with reference to the Law of Conservation of Energy?
Okay, let me see if I got this right: Yes, all of the energy is converted to light b/c the Law of Conservation of Energy states that energy cannot be created nor destroyed in a chemical reaction (non-nuclear) or in a physical change; it can only be converted from one for to another. Right answer?