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Link for List of UV-Induced Visibly Fluorescent Materials

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#1 DaveO

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Posted 06 July 2019 - 00:18

Here's an interesting reference to UVIVFL in terms of materials conservation that I came across

UVIVFL

https://www.aiccm.or...nt-conservation


Editor's Note:
A summary of ultra-violet fluorescent materials relevant to Conservation
14 March 2017
by Danielle Measday, Charlotte Walker, Briony Pemberton
Published online by The Australian Institute for the Conservation of Cultural Material
(accessed 06 July 2019)

#2 Andrea B.

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Posted 06 July 2019 - 16:29

Dave, that is an excellent reference on the UV-induced fluorescence of various materials. I'm going to give that post its own topic for better searching.

Thank you for finding this!!!

I note that the list mentions UV wavebands and emitted visible colours. But specific wavelengths are not given.
There is also a very nice reference list in the paper.
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#3 Mark Jones

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Posted 26 July 2019 - 20:05

uvp.com used to sell some invisible inks for night clubs and other usage. However now when I visit their website I do not see anything besides forensic dna type supplies.
Peace, Mark Jones, Charlotte, NC, UV amateur photographer.