Fluorescent Colors
Conventional pigments produce colour by selectively reflecting part of the incident light, absorbing the remainder which is converted to heat. Fluorescent pigments, however, convert part of this absorbed energy into light of their own colour; thus re-emitting more light than actually falls on them, causing a glow called fluorescence.
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Light Fastness: of Daylight Fluorescent pigments on indoor exposure is usually unlimited, while on outdoor exposure these tend to fade gradually.