Ultra Violet Project

Julia Janninck

Ultra Violet- has a shorter wave length than visible light.

3 different UV groups

1. Near UV- the light closest to optical or visible light.

2. Extreme UV- the light closest to x-ray and most energetic.

3. Far UV- the least explored of them all. Its in between near and extreme.

interesting facts

1. Scientist have developed a UV index to protect people from harmful UV waves.

2. UV rays aren't visible to the human eye but a bumble bee can see them.

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Tour of the EMS 06 - Ultraviolet Waves
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Uses for UV rays

1. sterilization

2. scientific measurement

3. treat certain diseases

4. water purification


- www.ehow.com

I used this to find the uses for UV rays

- https://www.st-andrews.ac.uk/~bds2/ltsn/ljm/JAVA/SPECTRUM/details.html

I used this to find the wavelength and frequency of UV rays

- http://science.hq.nasa.gov/kids/imagers/ems/uv.html

I used this to find all my research