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# A neon lamp is connected to a voltage a.c. source. The voltage is gradually increased from zero volt. It is observed that the neon flashes at 50V. The a.c, source is now replaced by a variable dc source and the experiment is repeated. The neon bulb will flash at ?70V100V50V35V

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35V
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100V
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50V
D
70V
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