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Optical attenuators extend dynamic range but alter angular response of planar ultraviolet-C dosimeters

See — A challenge for sensors used in ultraviolet-C (UV-C) decontamination protocols of N95 respirators is validation that the entire N95 surface receives the minimum acceptable dose. Photochromic indicators (PCIs) can accurately measure UV-C dose on nonplanar surfaces, but often saturate below doses required to decontaminate porous, multilayered textiles such as N95s. Here, we…

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