In a message dated 98-06-12 10:11:42 EDT, email@example.com writes:
<< Make sure the glass you use is transparent to the UV. Also check the
effects of internal refraction so that you don't get any blind spots.
I would suggest that you offset the glass from the reflective surface by
Personally I wouldn't worry about it at all. Just turn your parts over once
and a while, like you would stir your macaroni and cheese in the microwave. NO
relected radation is going to be as strong as the direct and NO ONE has found
a way to break the inverse square law, not even Clinton.
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