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The blue laser FAF image of a healthy eye (Figure 1) will fluoresce evenly, with attenuation of the FAF signal in the foveal region due to the presence of macular pigment.
It follows then that if and how much a lure with UV brighteners fluoresces depends on the amount of UV light in the environment.
Each microparticle is equipped with a barcoded ID and one or more probe regions that fluoresce when they detect specific targets in a test sample.
At the right, hydrogen gas is ionized by the light of Sigma Scorpi and fluoresces to produce a reddish emission nebula, while the red giant star Antares (bottom left) casts its orange glow on surrounding dust clouds.
The invisible ink can only be seen under an ultraviolet lamp, where it fluoresces to a bright red color.
The sample changes to yellow to indicate the presence of coliforms and fluoresces under UV light if E.
Fluorescent Felt[TM] is available in four bright neon colors and fluoresces under black light.
If you have a lure painted with UV brighteners, it absorbs available UV light from the environment and fluoresces, emitting light at longer wavelengths in the visible portion of the light spectrum," Loew says.
The product also fluoresces bright red under low-intensity "black" light (365 nm), contrasting extremely well on plastics that naturally fluoresce blue in color.
Specialty Coating Systems has introduced a new technology, SCS Parylene C-UVF(TM), a coating that fluoresces under a specific spectrum of UV light, enabling customers to identify and verify that their components are protected with SCS Parylene.
Dymax ultra-red 1120-M-UR fluoresces bright red under low-intensity "black" light (365 nm).
Each of the three batches fluoresces in a different color.
Using a specially formulated adhesive containing an ultra-violet trace additive that fluoresces under a UV black-light, the "dots" contain an etched PIN (Personal Identification Number).
The adhesive, formulated with the patented Ultra-Red technology, fluoresces bright red under low-intensity "black" light (365 nm).
Dual-Cure 9481 fluoresces blue when exposed to black light for rapid quality control inspection of coated areas.