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Mar 7, 2021

[Answer] "Lucifers" was an early name for what product? 

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...1. Hot Tamales candy 2. Lightbulbs 3. Matches 4. Car ignition

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Matches - It’s hard to imagine life without matches, but before the convenient thin sticks we know today, making fire on demand was a time-consuming process. The first matches were invented by a British chemist named John Walker in 1826, who discovered (by happy accident) that a stick coated in chemicals and scraped across his hearth burst into flame. Walker sold his "Friction Lights” from his pharmacy in Stockton on Tees, but he didn’t patent them. This was a missed opportunity, to put it mildly. Samuel Jones from London copied Walker’s exact idea and sold his matches as “Lucifers,” in a nod to the devil’s sulfurous reputation.:

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