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Synonyms for ultraviolet

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

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Sunscreen lotions that block ultraviolet rays also would block the formation of vitamin D, she said.
Ultraviolet rays in sunlight damage the DNA in skin cells, causing the cells to turn into melanoma years later.
Then, the muffled jackhammer staccato of the laser, pumping out six bursts of cold ultraviolet rays every second.
In early November the hole starts to disappear, in part because the sun has been high enough in the sky by that time for ozone-producing ultraviolet rays to penetrate the air.
Applied quickly and easily by most standard industrial spray-painting equipment, the coatings guard against the harmful effects of ultraviolet rays, chemicals, oils, alkalis, food acids, immersion, salt spray, abrasion, and high-pressure washdowns.
L'Oreal's battery-free UV Sense device detects harmful ultraviolet rays and changes colour to indicate levels.
What they may not realize is that the screen of your phone reflects the ultraviolet rays emitted during an eclipse directly toward your eye, which can result in a solar burn.
The drug gets the body to create melanin, the pigment which is the body's natural protection against ultraviolet rays in sunlight.
Galones dechlorinated or purified drinking water 128 ounces Product Description: industrial product made of dechlorinated water which process is done through carbon filter; sterilized by ultraviolet rays and ozone; with low mineral contents.
Ultraviolet rays between 380 and 400 (UVA light) is not as damaging as the ultraviolet at the lower end of the scale.
Ultraviolet rays from the sun stimulate the production of endorphins, "feel good" hormones that act on the same biological pathway as opioid drugs, research shows.
KISS MY FACE SUN CARE WITH ANTIOXIDANTS: Kiss My Face has introduced a range of sun care products that block ultraviolet rays with the use of what the company calls Antioxidant Defenders.
Kewpie has recently obtained new data that demonstrates that Hyabest (S) LF-P taken orally suppresses the damage of the skin by ultraviolet rays.
9% protection from ultraviolet rays and can be enhanced with an anti-scratch coating to prolong lens life.
The primary focus should be how well they protect your eyes from the sun's ultraviolet rays.
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