A: This bulb has a CRI of 80
A: Yes - since LEDs are much more efficient than traditional incandescent bulbs, you should be able to use a higher wattage equivalent bulb. Just check that the actual wattage the LED bulb uses to make sure it does not exceed the maximum allowable wattage stated on the fixture
A: Yes you can.
A: I don’t see why not. Buy one and test it, if it doesn’t work return it.
A: These bulbs are not rated for outdoor use so they should not be used in an application where they would be exposed to water.
A: Yes, I don't see why not. I've been using a Philips Hue light bulb outside for the past 4 years in temps ranging from 110ºF to -2ºF and it's still working fine, so a regular Philips LED bulb should be just fine.
A: Unless the box clearly states :”Indoor/Outdoor” it is not designed to work outdoors.
A: These are solid state electronic LED bulbs; no liquid inside.
A: Not that I can see. I don't know why LEDs would.
A: No - there are no oil, fluid, or hazardous materials in this LED bulb.