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LED Street Light,In recent years, researchers have developed a series of photomediated sterilization techniques, which can be used in a variety of scenarios in daily life, inactivated viruses to make vaccines, and used directly in the treatment of wounds.According to previous research [1], these technologies can be used against a variety of biological weapons, including bacteria, fungi and viruses.Therefore, these technologies should also be able to play an important role in the defense and treatment of novel coronavirus, which has recently been rampant in various countries.
In our daily life, we have used ultraviolet light to kill bacteria intentionally or unintentionally, the most common example is to dry the quilt.Some experts think a novel coronavirus might just disappear when the weather warms up, partly based on ultraviolet sterilization.So can ultraviolet light really kill the virus?In fact, in addition to ultraviolet light, visible and infrared light also have a powerful sterilization ability.So how does this light kill pathogens such as bacteria, fungi and viruses?What scenarios can these light-mediated sterilization techniques be applied to?
In recent years, researchers have developed a series of photomediated sterilization techniques, which can be used in a variety of scenarios in daily life, inactivated viruses to make vaccines, and used directly in the treatment of wounds.According to previous research [1], these technologies can be used against a variety of biological weapons, including bacteria, fungi and viruses.Therefore, these technologies should also be able to play an important role in the defense and treatment of novel coronavirus, which has recently been rampant in various countries.
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