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uploaded by JoshMc
by joshmc, 01 May 11:16
393nm UV Through Clorox Bleach
by joshmc, 01 May 11:18
393nm UV Through Tap Water
by joshmc, 01 May 11:21
393nm UV Through Homemade Detergent
by joshmc, 01 May 11:23
393nm UV Through All Free and Clear Detergent
by joshmc, 01 May 11:27
393nm UV Through Seventh Generation Free and Clear Detergent
by joshmc, 01 May 11:31
393nm UV Through Listerine Zero Mouthwash
by joshmc, 01 May 11:39
393nm UV Through Distilled White Vinegar
by joshmc, 01 May 11:44
by marcd, 12 Mar 01:38
Leds RGB 100W - 50%
by capoferrari, 21 Apr 14:59
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"393nm UV Tests".
<p>393nm UV shown through various materials. The samples were placed in a clean baby food jar between the light source and the spectrometer. The baby food jar itself was tested empty and made no measurable impact on the spectrum.</p>
Sorry typo in id box and my spectrum ended up in here.
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