fluoresce fluoresce  /f ˌlʊ ˈrɛs/


  • (v) exhibit or undergo fluorescence

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  1. Shine a black light on these fibers and they'll fluoresce blue, he says, just like something you'd see in The Twilight Zone.
  2. Then they fluoresce with a bright flash that makes the copy momentarily illegible.
  3. These hit the atmosphere and make its oxygen and nitrogen fluoresce in characteristic wave lengths that can easily be distinguished from the spectrum of sunlight.


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