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1943 1
1945 87
1946 304
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1948 284
1949 293
1950 412
1951 463
1952 493
1953 570
1954 595
1955 537
1956 517
1957 506
1958 558
1959 573
1960 619
1961 702
1962 888
1963 1495
1964 2329
1965 1945
1966 2189
1967 2950
1968 3877
1969 4339
1970 4091
1971 4655
1972 4291
1973 2936
1974 2958
1975 2809
1976 2498
1977 2566
1978 2376
1979 2394
1980 2325
1981 2154
1982 2184
1983 2071
1984 2312
1985 2590
1986 2518
1987 2433
1988 2485
1989 2702
1990 2950
1991 3060
1992 3059
1993 2977
1994 3223
1995 3210
1996 3216
1997 3352
1998 3594
1999 3898
2000 4556
2001 5325
2002 5527
2003 5939
2004 6566
2005 7671
2006 8307
2007 9045
2008 10157
2009 10317
2010 11108
2011 12352
2012 13093
2013 13046
2014 12852
2015 12118
2016 11132
2017 10410
2018 10735
2019 6227
2020 236
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[Blue light and eye health].
Zou L and Dai J. Zhonghua Yan Ke Za Zhi 2015 - Review. PMID 25877712 Chinese.
Blue light, with the wavelength between 400 nm and 500 nm, has caused public concern because of the injury to the retinal cells. ...Is the blue light safe? Should it be eliminated from the daily life? Here we review the effect and safety of the blue light....
Blue light, with the wavelength between 400 nm and 500 nm, has caused public concern because of the injury to the retinal cells. ...I …
Evaluating the blue-light hazard from solid state lighting.
Bullough JD, et al. Int J Occup Saf Ergon 2019. PMID 28876164
PURPOSE: New light sources including light-emitting diodes (LEDs) have elicited questions about retinal damage, including the blue-light hazard. ...Evidence remains inconsistent regarding the risk of human retinal damage from long-term exposures to light insufficient to reach acute blue-light hazard thresholds....
PURPOSE: New light sources including light-emitting diodes (LEDs) have elicited questions about retinal damage, including the …
Chem/bio sensing with non-classical light and integrated photonics.
Haas J, et al. Analyst 2018 - Review. PMID 29260151
Besides the intrinsic molecular selectivity and non-destructive character of visible and infrared light based sensing schemes, chem/bio sensors taking advantage of non-classical light sources promise sensitivities beyond the standard quantum limit. ...
Besides the intrinsic molecular selectivity and non-destructive character of visible and infrared light based sensing schemes, chem/b …
Photocontrolled release using one-photon absorption of visible or NIR light.
Olejniczak J, et al. J Control Release 2015 - Review. PMID 26394063
Materials responsive to UV light are widely reported in the literature; however, UV light has substantial limitations for in vitro and in vivo applications. ...Multi-photon processes (e.g. two-photon excitation and upconversion) using longer wavelength light, often in the near-infrared (NIR) range, have been proposed as a means of avoiding the negative characteristics of UV light. ...
Materials responsive to UV light are widely reported in the literature; however, UV light has substantial limitations for in v …
Color structured light imaging of skin.
Yang B, et al. J Biomed Opt 2016. PMID 27207112 Free PMC article.
We illustrate wide-field imaging of skin using a structured light (SL) approach that highlights the contrast from superficial tissue scattering. ...
We illustrate wide-field imaging of skin using a structured light (SL) approach that highlights the contrast from superficial tissue …
Materials and Mechanisms of Photo-Assisted Chemical Reactions under Light and Dark Conditions: Can Day-Night Photocatalysis Be Achieved?
Sakar M, et al. ChemSusChem 2018 - Review. PMID 29316318
The term "photoassisted" catalytic reactions clearly emphasizes that photons are required to activate the catalyst; this can be transcended even into the dark if electrons are stored in the material for the later use to continue the catalytic reactions in the absence of light. ...In this context, this article sheds lights on the materials and mechanisms of photocatalytic reactions under light and dark conditions. ...
The term "photoassisted" catalytic reactions clearly emphasizes that photons are required to activate the catalyst; this can be transcended …
The Myth of Visible Light Photocatalysis Using Lanthanide Upconversion Materials.
Sahu SP, et al. Environ Sci Technol 2018. PMID 29405068
Supposedly, the phosphor particles act to convert sub-band gap energy photons (e.g., solar visible light) into higher energy ultraviolet photons, thus driving catalytic aqueous contaminant degradation. ...We conclude that upconversion using Pr(3+) or Er(3+)-activated systems is not a technologically appealing mechanism for visible light photocatalysis, and provide experimental guidelines for avoiding future misinterpretation of these phenomena....
Supposedly, the phosphor particles act to convert sub-band gap energy photons (e.g., solar visible light) into higher energy ultravio …
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