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Why use amber glass bottles?
- Amber is the most common colored glass and is produced by adding together iron, sulfur, and carbon
- Amber glass absorbs nearly all radiation consisting of wavelengths shorter than 450nm, offering excellent protection from ultraviolet radiation
- Amber glass provides protection for light sensitive materials
Title: Why use amber glass bottles?
Description: Facts about amber glass bottles.
Last Edited: 11/13/2018
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