When an electric incandescent lamp is turned on, the current at the first moment differs significantly from the current in the lamp when it starts to glow. Explain the reason for this phenomenon.
When current flows in the conductor, the latter heats up and its resistance increases, which leads to a decrease in the current and a decrease in the brightness of the lamp.
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