ultraviolet lamp


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ultraviolet lamp

[¦əl·trə′vī·lət ′lamp]
(electronics)
A lamp providing a high proportion of ultraviolet radiation, such as various forms of mercury-vapor lamps.
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4 Once the room's blinds have been closed and the lights turned off, turn on your ultraviolet lamp.
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After normal handwashing, the ultraviolet lamp is used to detect any oil that has not been washed off.
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Hu's invention, which was patented by the China State Intellectual Property Office in 2007, is motor driven, and can trap flies with organic bait and an ultraviolet lamp, Xinhua said.
It includes many color photos showing what they look like in daylight and under an ultraviolet lamp.
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The substance shows up red under an ultraviolet lamp, positively linking the suspect to the scene or crime.
The tissue glowed when placed under an ultraviolet lamp.
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