What is UV-C light and how does it kill bacteria?

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UV-C is the invisible, ultraviolet, C-band radiation that makes up part of the sun’s light spectrum. By altering the DNA and RNA and effectively sterilizing the organisms, the UV-C light prevents growth and germination of microorganisms. Once sterilized, they cannot reproduce and with their short life cycles, they are successfully killed.

 

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