It should be added that some people stand these actinic rays better than others.
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For it is not heat that kills, but the actinic power of rays unfiltered by a long slant through the earth's atmosphere.
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They have power to cause chemical changes, hence are known as the chemical or actinic rays.
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Above the violet rays are other invisible rays, such as the actinic influence.
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Such glass does not transmit appreciably the so-called actinic or chemical rays.
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At each end of the solar spectrum the chemist can detect the presence of what are known as 'actinic' rays.
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The question is, then, what teaching concern in America supplies the best quality of actinic ray?
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If you recall, we spoke about the actinic rays which cause the chemical changes on the photographic plate.
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Actinic rays, 184, 185.
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The effect of this is to turn the white parts to a brilliant yellow, quite impervious to actinic rays.
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And there could be chemical action with the air, under the actinic rays.
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The clouds act as a screen and filter out actinic rays.
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The sun's actinic rays could burn, and so could the sand-driving wind.
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These are the places which have been exposed to the strongest actinic rays.
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An actinic ray from the lantern striking the plate will fog it.
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And his eyes made her understand what was meant by actinic rays.
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ACTINOM'ETER, an instrument for measuring the intensity of the sun's actinic rays.
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The sun came up right glorious and gave us the benefit of its full actinic rays for the whole day.
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