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Mar11-09, 10:48 AM
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Back to the OP's question.
Assuming you had the tungsten filament suspended somehow so that it didn't have to touch the seal at the base of the bulb and you had a perfect vacuum in the bulb so you didn't have to worry about gas molecules hitting the anti-tugsten.

Then, yes it would work perfectly normally and you wouldn't be able to tell that the photons emitted were from anti-matter