ultraviolet


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Synonyms for ultraviolet

having or employing wavelengths shorter than light but longer than X-rays

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However, current deep ultraviolet LEDs have some problems.
I was introduced to UltraViolet at a kickoff panel during 2011's CES, where Mark Teitell, general manager of the DECE, and executives from participating studios explained that it was a way to sell the idea of virtual movie libraries to consumers.
While the report noted that ultraviolet radiation does have such beneficial effects as producing vitamin D, dangers from sun over-exposure are much greater.
Iping says that the companion's ultraviolet spectrum resembles that of a Wolf-Rayet star--the searing core of a super-massive star that has blown off most of its outer envelope in powerful winds.
When the newly developed near ultraviolet LED is combined with the mixture of phosphor of the three primary colors (red/green/blue), it achieves high levels of color rendering property, enabling its use in general lighting.
Ultraviolet light, to the kind that Genesis Air Photocatalysis uses to combat airborne contamination, has been employed for years in hospitals and critical situations to kill bacteria, viruses, and other contaminants.
Environmental Protection Agency and National Weather Service predict the next day's levels of ultraviolet radiation (UV index).
A second addition is the utilization of a dual shutter and infra-red quartz filter to reduce the ultraviolet energy for heat sensitive substrates.
The American Academy of Ophthalmology suggests looking for labels that promise 99 percent to 100 percent protection from ultraviolet rays, both UV-A and UV-B.
At first, the ultraviolet rays would be blocked by the dust cloud, which sets the stage for a greater disaster later on.
Ultraviolet live for music and through music, they can talk about it for hours, and namecheck a dizzying selection of influences from Blondie to Bassey along the way.
Indeed, every one percent decrease in ozone means a corresponding two percent increase in the amount of ultraviolet radiation bathing our skin, and a four percent increase in skin cancer.
Ultraviolet A and B rays are the most damaging to skin.
Imagine the same ultraviolet rays that cause people to get sunburns in the summer also helping to catch and prosecute criminals.
But did you know even products with a maximum SPF do not adequately protect your skin from cancer-and-wrinkle-causing ultraviolet rays?