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Elasticity and tensile properties of human hair. II. Light radiation effects.

@article{Beyak1971ElasticityAT,
  title={Elasticity and tensile properties of human hair. II. Light radiation effects.},
  author={Richard. Beyak and G. S. Kass and C. F. Meyer},
  journal={Journal of Cosmetic Science},
  year={1971},
  volume={22},
  pages={667-678}
}
  • Richard. Beyak, G. S. Kass, C. F. Meyer
  • Published 1971
  • Materials Science
  • Journal of Cosmetic Science
  • Synopsis--The effects on the TENSILE PROPERTIES of HAIR by LIGHT RADIATION in the form of ULTRAVIOLET and SUNLIGHT are reported. These effects are interpreted from the stress-strain measurements made on single fiber tests and the indcx used is the force at 15% elongation. The ultraviolet light effects were studied by exposing hair samples to a carbon-arc lamp for increasing pcriods of time, while the solar effects were examined by exposing hair to natural daylight for periods of ten wceks. The… CONTINUE READING
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