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'''This article is a stub. Please help expand the article by using the edit tab.''' [[Image:Arc Lighting.jpg|thumb|center|Arc Lighting]] In June 1878, as part of the Exposition Universelle in Paris, [[Arc Lighting|arc lighting]] using Jablochkoff candles illuminated the Avenue de l'Opera and the Place de l'Opera, marking a milestone in public awareness and excitement about the technology. Paul Jablochkoff had designed longer-lasting electrodes.  
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<p>'''This article is a stub. Please help expand the article by using the edit tab.''' [[Image:Arc Lighting.jpg|thumb|left|Arc Lighting]] In June 1878, as part of the Exposition Universelle in Paris, [[Arc Lighting|arc lighting]] using Jablochkoff candles illuminated the Avenue de l'Opera and the Place de l'Opera, marking a milestone in public awareness and excitement about the technology. Paul Jablochkoff had designed longer-lasting electrodes. </p>
  
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In June 1878, as part of the Exposition Universelle in Paris, arc lighting using Jablochkoff candles illuminated the Avenue de l'Opera and the Place de l'Opera, marking a milestone in public awareness and excitement about the technology. Paul Jablochkoff had designed longer-lasting electrodes.