Do Black Lights Destroy Bacteria?

Answer Black lights (also known as near-ultraviolet lamps) are unable to kill bacteria and are instead used to create objects that glow in the dark. Whereas, far-ultraviolet lamps are frequently used to k... Read More »

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What Types of Bacteria Do UV Lights Destroy?

Ultraviolet (UV) light is the portion of the electromagnetic spectrum with wavelengths between 100 nanometers (nm) and 400 nm. It is generated by either sunlight or artificial sources. UV light is ... Read More »

The Effect of Black Soap on Bacteria?

Black soap, also referred to as African black soap or dudu osun, is a type of soap made in Africa. There are a number of health benefits associated with this particular soap, but in this age of ant... Read More »

Does chlorine have a bacteria that kills the good bacteria?

Chlorine does not have any bacteria that kills good bacteria, according to water treatment business LennTech. Chlorine destroys bacteria and viruses by breaking down the chemical bonds that hold th... Read More »

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