How do you say "glow-in-the-dark" in Japanese?
Specifically, I am referring to substances that absorb light and then emit the light back in a way that is visible when you remove all other light sources.
I am not referring to substances that rely on a one-time-use chemical reaction such as glow sticks, or substances such as fluorescent highlighters or black light posters that rely on a separate catalyst like a "black light" to create the glow effect. (While I wouldn't mind knowing how to describe these too, they are not the primary subject of the question.)
Examples of what I would like to be able to describe:
Note that in the third reference image there is text describing the product that reads: "Glows in the Dark". This is a literal explanation of what the product does, but I think the term "glow-in-the-dark" as an adjective is more useful, as it can be placed before any noun to explain that the subject in question has glowing properties. Whether this has any relevance regarding how this could be explained in Japanese, I don't know - but I think it's worth mentioning because a term that can be used to describe any object is most handy.