photoproduction

photoproduction

(ˌfəʊtəʊprəˈdʌkʃən)
n
(Chemistry) chem the light-induced production of a species of molecule such as a radical or ion
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Hydrogen and oxygen photoproduction by marine algae.
This includes the conception and the printing of the advertising materials, including photoproduction, the support of events as well as further work.
Jacob AI, Sallman A, Santiz Z, Hollis BW Defective photoproduction of cholecalciferol in normal and uremic humans.
Photoproduction of indole 3-acetic acid by Rhodobacter sphaeroides from indole and glycine.
Influence of sulfatereducing bacteria, sulfide and molybdate on hydrogen photoproduction by purple nonsulfur bacteria.
12) In the European Union, there are collaborations amongst various universities for generation of biomolecular hydrogen (Engineered Modular Bacterial Photoproduction of Hydrogen) which is considered to be helpful in drug synthesis and manufacturing of biochemicals, waste treatment and production of other biofuels.
Photoproduction of ammonium by immobilized mutant strains of Anabaena variabilis.
Using a vitamin D index in addition to the UV index for recommending sun exposure to achieve and/or maintain vitamin D adequacy, within the range of exposure that avoids adverse UVR effects, might be useful because the UV index is weighted by UVB and UVA wavelengths that produce erythema (sunburn), which is different from the UVB-only action spectrum for vitamin D photoproduction.
The international group of researchers reviews photon energy capture and conversion, photovoltaic current generation, photoproduction of hydrogen, and carbon dioxide use.
Finally, there have been a number of recent calculations of PV effects in Compton scattering [11] and pion photoproduction [12] which are sensitive to q-q weak interactions in the nucleon.