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A laser (acronym for Light Amplification by Stimulated Emission of Radiation)
produces a monochromatic, coherent and collimated bundle of radiation. The exact
wavelength of a laser beam depends on the nature of the used medium and may vary
from X-ray, ultraviolet, visible light, near- and far infrared to microwaves. Ultraviolet
lasers are also known as excimer- or exciplex lasers, referring to the internal process
that takes place in the medium of an ultraviolet laser. In medical science ultraviolet
lasers are commonly used in eye surgery.
carbon arc lamps
ultraviolet incandescent lamps
arc discharge lamps
tube lights (UV)
building 2 (sun and health),
section 4 (ultraviolet radiators)