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What is NDUV
The characteristics of light in the ultraviolet region of the spectrum lead to molecular electronic transitions when the light is absorbed. Absorption of ultraviolet photons excites the electrons of the atoms within the molecule to a higher energy state. The excited electrons quickly loose the energy by returning to the ground state by one of four methods; dissociation, where absorption of high-energy photons can cause the electron to leave the molecule completely, causing it to fragment; re-emission, where an identical photon is re-emitted as the electron decays back to its ground state; fluorescence, where a photon is emitted at a lower frequency than the original absorption as the electron decays back to its ground state, causing the gas to appear to glow.

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