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Nonionizing Radiation

This page is under construction.

The following resources are currently available to provide information about the non-ionizing radiation safety program at Princeton University:

Ultraviolet Light

See Section E4 of the Princeton University Health & Safety Guide

Electromagnetic Fields

See Section E5 of the Princeton University Health and Safety Guide.

Laser Safety

See the EHS Laser Safety page

Additional sources of information about non-ionizing radiation available on external web sites are listed in the Interesting Links section.


 

       
       
     

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