All of these instruments orbit Earth, beyond the atmosphere that blocks X-rays and most ultraviolet light.
PhoneSoap disinfects your cell phone for $50 bucks with ultraviolet light in less than four minutes.
This ultraviolet camera shows people what the sun is really doing to their skin.
I should note here that the tanning bed is quite a pleasurable experience—the ultraviolet rays release endorphins under the skin.
The rally was arranged by ultraviolet, an activist group against sexism.
In most of the vats vegetation grew in various stages, greening under the ultraviolet rays that radiated from the low roof.
The ultraviolet rays falling upon this screen were transformed into visible rays by the phenomenon of fluorescence.
As they sat down, he aimed his ultraviolet light-pencil at a serving robot.
It is possible, however, that there are spores which can resist this effect of ultraviolet light.
Wounds are treated effectively and water is sterilized by the ultraviolet radiant energy in modern artificial illuminants.
ultraviolet ul·tra·vi·o·let (ŭl'trə-vī'ə-lĭt)
Abbr. UV, U.V.
Of or relating to the range of invisible radiation wavelengths from about 4 nanometers, on the border of the x-ray region, to about 380 nanometers, just beyond the violet in the visible spectrum. n.
Ultraviolet light or the ultraviolet part of the spectrum.
Adjective Relating to electromagnetic radiation having frequencies higher than those of visible light but lower than those of x-rays, approximately 1015-1016 hertz. Some animals, such as bees, are capable of seeing ultraviolet radiation invisible to the human eye. See more at electromagnetic spectrum.
Noun Ultraviolet light or the ultraviolet part of the spectrum. See Note at infrared.