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How is ultraviolent radiation dangerous?

Updated: 9/17/2023
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Summermw97

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Ultraviolet is ionising radiation. That means that it will ionise (turn into ions) some substances due to being a high energy form of electromagnetic radiation. If these 'substances' happen to be in your skin then you can start to see how UV radiation can be bad.

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