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Figure 09.1
The electromagnetic spectrum.
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Figure 09.5
Interaction of UVR with physical matter.
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Figure 09.9
Cyclobutane pyrimidine dimer (CPD) and 6‐4(PP) in skin immediately after UVB (300 nm) and UVA1 exposure. Note UVR dose response, damage to dermal cell...
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Figure 09.2
Schematic representation of electromagnetic wave.
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Figure 09.6
Typical appearance of wavelength probability curve for excitation of orbiting electron to outer electronic orbital (absorption spectrum).
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Figure 09.3
UVR path lengths for differing solar elevations.
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Figure 09.7
Schematic representation of photon absorption, leading to excitation of orbiting electron to outer electronic orbital (see text for abbreviations).
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Figure 09.4
Approximate emission spectra of typical sources encountered in dermatological photobiology and elsewhere, with action spectrum for human cutaneous ery...
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Figure 09.8
Action spectrum for induction of erythema in human skin.