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Sunlight can kill Corona virus quickly due to its properties

  • UC Santa Barbara Confirms New Research in the World

  • Ultra violet rays have the power to break the shield

  • Research found it works at eight times faster speed

  • Cheapest treatment if technology is built

Rashtriya Khabar

Ranchi: Sunlight can also kill the corona virus. This was discussed earlier and

after that discussion UC Santa Barbara University continued a previous research.

Now more figures have also been added to it. From this perspective, it can be

assumed that the data analyzed in the research that was going on there is

sufficient to reach a preliminary conclusion. In this, it has been confirmed again

that due to the effect of sun rays, the corona virus loses its firepower quickly. In

fact, only the protein shield that protects the virus from sunlight gets melted.

Once the protective shield is melted, the virus does not survive itself even after

entering the body of a human being or any other creature and remains in the role

of a very fine person. After being a protein shell, it is the protein shell that gives

him an opportunity to connect with other cells of the body and grow. This protein

shell is melted in summer by sun rays. Researchers have assumed that the viruses

of Covid 19 are destroyed eight times faster in sun rays. After this research, it is

believed that sunlight is also going to play an important role in dealing with the

corona epidemic. Researchers, led by mechanical engineer Paolo Luzato Faggis,

first designed its theoretical model. After examining everything in principle,

experiments have also been done on it.

Sunlight based experiments have also been done

In the experiment itself, it was found that the time limit for the virus to be

effective is eight times longer. Theoretically, it was believed that ultra violet rays

present in sunlight destroy this shield when the virus’s RNA is viewed. When

used, the virus was seen to be destroyed at eight times the speed of theoretical

calculations. After this experiment, it is believed that in the future, a new and

effective method can be developed for the treatment of this virus. Research

scientists have clarified that proteins present in DNA and RNA end up faster than

mid-range ultra violet rays. This mid-range UV ray has the properties of killing

microbes. The good thing is that it does not adversely affect human blood.

Normally, this part of the sunlight does not break into the upper cover of the

atmosphere and enters the earth. But these rays also arise due to the reaction in

many other places on the earth. Of these, the kitchen is the main one. The saliva

containing the virus became completely inactive when kept in an environment of

artificially prepared sun rays for ten to twenty minutes. It became clear that this

virus is naturally controlled by the incoming sunlight. The research team

concludes that during the summer season, the viruses present in the environment

become completely inactive in half an hour’s light. On the other hand, the virus

remains active for a long time during winter.

Ultra violet rays break the virus’s RNA shield

A different team, after examining the RNA particles of the virus, found that their

outer part is collapsing due to UV rays. Once this outer part is broken, the virus

itself does not leave any lethal effect, it remains just a microbe. Scientists believe

that medium and short wave ultra violet rays have more effect on the virus.

Scientists have told that this is a similar method, in which the contaminated water

is cleaned with ultra violet rays. The particulate matter present inside the water

also gets separated under the influence of ultra violet rays. It is understood that if

a medical system based on this technology is developed, then the treatment of

corona patients from sunlight is going to prove very cheap and very soon to give

health benefits. For this, scientists are now identifying the length of this cycle,

which can destroy the virus cover in the shortest time.


 

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