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Ultraviolet Radiation (UV) from Fluorescent Lamps

 

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NEMA LSD 7-1999 (R2012)   [DOWNLOAD]   [BUY]

Discusses various scientific studies on possible effects of exposure to light sources reported in the popular press. This interest has been stimulated by the fact that: 1) most light sources emit some small amount of UV energy, and 2) extended exposure to the high UV levels in sunlight can cause adverse effects in the skin.

 

Published Date: Aug.14.2012
Document ID: 100616

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NEMA LSD 7-1999 (R2012)