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light emitted during absorption of radiation of some other (invisible) wavelength

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LightRecycle Washington collection sites will take traditional fluorescent tubes (including straight, curved and circular tubes), the twisty compact fluorescent lights and high intensity discharge lights, which are commonly used in outdoor lighting fixtures.
As an additional benefit, the linear LED light fitting is fitted with an LED module, which can be retrofitted to existing eLLK 92018/18 and eLLK 92036/36 fluorescent light fittings with electronic ballast EVG 09, converting these robust, traditional fluorescent light fittings into LED lights.
Our eyes and brain adjust to light variations seamlessly, so we don't notice that the overhead fluorescent lights in our office are actually very green compared to what we see in outdoor daylight.
Melatonin-rich blood collected following complete darkness slowed the growth of cancer tumors, while melatonin-depleted blood collected from volunteers exposed to both daylight and bright fluorescent light stimulated tumor growth.
2]Ti is a compact fluorescent light that breaks down odors while producing energy-efficient light.
Techspere PTM 12125P light inhibitor, from Techmer PM, is reported to preserve the taste and vitamin content of beverages packaged in PET containers by shielding against product degradation resulting from exposure to ultraviolet (UV) and fluorescent light.
Tossed a burned-out fluorescent light into the trash lately?
The amount of mercury in a compact fluorescent light is between 4 milligrams and 5 milligrams.
Familiar plasmas are relatively hot, such as in the solar corona (1 000 000 K), fluorescent light bulbs (10 000 K), or the ionosphere around the Earth (1000 K).
Almost one in three people said they suffered from headaches, eyestrain or stress when using their computers or working under fluorescent light.
A nurse discovered that sunlight could do for infants what their liver could not, and since the 1970s, jaundiced newborns in the hospital have been placed naked under fluorescent light until the level of bilirubin in their blood dropped to safe levels.
1000FLT Fluorescent Light Tester has been recognized in the National Electrical Contractor Association (NECA) Showstopper Awards as one of the top products at the 2014 NECA Convention.
Wedam ["Fluorescent Lighting and Physiology," October 2010], and I was so happy to finally see someone talking about the fluorescent light health issues
Our safety surveys are finding a good majority of submarines have not completely removed the unauthorized plastic fluorescent light starters so shock hazards still exist.
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