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Are there specific conditions that allow humans to see ultraviolet wavelengths
It is fairly common knowledge that the lens in its normal state absorbs ultraviolet (UV) radiation. An interesting notion has come up from time to time in my reading that suggests there are a small ...
Aug 24 '13 at 20:10
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