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Photodissociation, photolysis, or photodecomposition is a chemical reaction in which a chemical compound is broken down by photons. It is defined as the interaction of one or more photons with one target molecule.
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chemical process by which molecules are broken down into smaller units through the absorption of light. The best-known example of a photolytic process is the experimental technique known as flash photolysis, employed in the study of short-lived chemical intermediates formed in many photochemical reactions. The technique, which was developed by the English...
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Flash photolysis is a pump-probe laboratory technique, in which a sample is firstly excited by a strong pulse of light from a laser of nanosecond, picosecond, or femtosecond pulse width or by a short-pulse light source such as a flash lamp. This first strong pulse starts a chemical reaction or leads to an increased population for energy levels other than the...
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Photolysis. Clickable map of the Light Dependent Reactions ... Photolysis involves a poorly understood proteins associated with photosystem II. ...
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Photolysis occurs on the lumen side of the thylakoid membrane. ... However, photolysis and noncyclic electron flow do not generate enough of a pH gradient. ...
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Information about photolysis in the free online English dictionary and ... Photolysis plays an important role in photosynthesis, during which it produces ...
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photolysis synonyms. photolysis usage examples and photolysis quotes. ... photolysis definition. pho·toly·sis (fō täl′ə sis) noun ...
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In pharmaceutical systems most reported photolysis reactions have been first order. A good example is the photolysis of cefatoxime. ...
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in the inactive form, flash photolysis producing a pulse of agonist at a known ... intensity for photolysis can be achieved in light spots large enough to encompass an ...
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Photodissociation summary with 6 pages of encyclopedia entries, essays, ... Photolysis is a term used to describe the mechanism of photochemical reactions ...
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In our laser flash-photolysis system the lasers have ... Flash photolysis experiments are monitored at a ... Step 1. Laser Flash Photolysis of Benzophenone ...
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BioInfoBank Library :: Relative Tropospheric Photolysis Rates of HCHO, H(13)CHO, HCH(18)O, and DCDO Measured at the European Photoreactor Facility. Properties of ...
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