Ultraviolet rays

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Ultraviolet rays (UV rays) have a higher frequency than visible light and can damage your skin and eyes. Specifically, UV rays have a frequency just higher than violet, as can be seen in the etymology: (ultra: beyond violet: violet). UV rays can reveal special glowing paint in a dark room.


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