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It follows that the light emitted by the central axis of the tail greatly exceeds in actinic power the diffuse light around it.
It should be added that some people stand these actinic rays better than others.
THE LAND OF FOOTPRINTSSTEWART EDWARD WHITE
The bleaching power of light depends on its actinic or chemical rays, which, like chlorine, appear to act as an oxidising agent.
When any of these mixtures are submitted to the action of actinic light, they become more or less insoluble.
Not actinic—alchemic—some intangible mysterious power which cannot be supplied in any other form but the sun's rays.
THE OPEN AIRRICHARD JEFFERIES
The actinic rays of the sun are infinitely more penetrating than anything they've ever known.
DARKNESS AND DAWNGEORGE ALLAN ENGLAND
This must be shielded so as to prevent the escape of actinic rays.
It must be placed in a chemical solution which shall dissolve the silver salts from the parts unaffected by the actinic rays.
The need is urgent of fixing a scale, and defining standards of actinic brightness; but it has not yet been successfully met.
We have released some of their actinic rays captured by the negative, in prying loose our excess silver.
SPAWN OF THE COMETHAROLD THOMPSON RICH

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