ultraviolet illumination

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Noun1.ultraviolet illumination - radiation lying in the ultraviolet rangeultraviolet illumination - radiation lying in the ultraviolet range; wave lengths shorter than light but longer than X rays
actinic radiation, actinic ray - electromagnetic radiation that can produce photochemical reactions
sun-ray, sunray - a ray of artificial ultraviolet light from a sunray lamp
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The process employs tridirectional color image capture technology to record 27 coloraccurate images in 1.8 seconds using eight different visible illuminations and an ultraviolet illumination for precision matching.
Recent progress has been made in the synthesis of highly antibacterial nanomaterials such TiO2, ZnO, and Ag, for use as photocatalysts in killing cancer cells and bacteria and deactivating viruses under ultraviolet illumination [2].
The Intercept Blood System for plasma is comprised of single-use plasma processing sets and an ultraviolet illumination device for theex vivo preparation and storage of pathogen-reduced, whole blood-derived or apheresis plasma.
The skin chromophore maps are calculated from the four spectral images, and the perfusion map and fluorophore distribution map--from the video-images taken at green and ultraviolet illumination of the skin, respectively.
TiO2 exhibits strong antibacterial activity which related to ROS production under ultraviolet illumination via redox pathway (Dinh et al., 2003).
With 8 different visible illuminations and 1 ultraviolet illumination, the RM200QC is able to more accurately define the location of a color in color space than traditional colorimeters that typically have only three illuminations of red, green and blue light.
Lin, "Robust low resistivity p-type ZnO:Na films after ultraviolet illumination: the elimination of grain boundaries," Applied Physics Letters, vol.