photochemical reaction


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a chemical reaction produced by the action of light

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In original photochemical reactions, as the electron donor, the excited RC pigments transfer the electrons to electron acceptor to realize the charge separation and then leave behind "holes".
3][BROM-o-VANI]}(M = Cr, Mo and W), (5a)-(5c), [(5a), M = Cr; (5b), M = Mo; (5c), M = W] were prepared by photochemical reactions of M[(CO).
the basics of the photochemical reactions in Photosystem II
10:30 PHOTOCHEMICAL REACTION OF A YE PRECURSOR 4-CHLORO-1,2-PHENYLENEDIAMINE AND ITS ASSOCIATED MUTAGENIC EFFECTS
60] molecules could react with the polymer directly by photochemical reaction and form [C.
2 mmol) in a photochemical reaction apparatus in CCl4 (10 ml) was added dropwise a solution of bromine (0.
2007) examined the effect of ammonium sulfate aerosol on the photochemical reactions of toluene (mostly from cars) and nitrogen oxides to form those secondary organic particles.
Subsequently, the prepared compound was irradiated by laser beams (980 nm wavelength) and the photochemical reaction as well as the liberation of the target species was investigated.
In view of above, we have now investigated the eighteen new complexes 1-18, which have been prepared for the first time, by the photochemical reaction of metal carbonyls M[(CO).
The presence of oxygen influences the outcome of a photochemical reaction, oxygen being a very good radical and triplet state quencher.
This paper describes the syntheses of photosensitive poly(organophosphazene)s with cinnamyl ether linkages and discusses their photochemical reaction behaviors.
Dibromobenz[f]indenone was generated by the treatment of benz[f]indan-1-one with bromine in photochemical reaction apparatus irradiated by 150 watt projection lamp.
A typical photochemical reaction uses one photon to transfer one electron.
Illuminating the protein triggers a photochemical reaction cycle, which transports protons along a channel spanning the cell membrane.
Once released into the atmosphere, reactions with species induced by sunlight and nitrogen oxides convert BD and ISO into several photochemical reaction products.
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