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Chemical breakdown caused by light.
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(18) Ultraviolet irradiation induces AF enhancement via production of reactive oxygen species and photodecomposition in erythrocytes.
Addition of H2O2 in dye solution accelerates the photodecomposition resulting into increased production of hydroxyl radicals for dye oxidation.
Chaim, "Photodecomposition and regeneration of PbI2 nanometer-sized particles, embedded in porous silica films," The Journal of Physical Chemistry C, vol.
During the RhB photodecomposition, the samples were withdrawn at regular intervals and centrifuged to separate solid particles for analysis.
Gerischer, "On the stability of semiconductor electrodes against photodecomposition," Journal of Electroanalytical Chemistry and Interfacial Electrochemistry, vol.
Due to thermolability and photodecomposition of lutein and zeaxanthin [13], CGM should be pretreated in low energy and at low temperatures, whereas the previous pretreatment technology in particular accounts for most of energy consumption, which can cause degradation and loss of activity of lutein and zeaxanthin [14].
Tamaru, "Photocatalytic synthesis and photodecomposition of ammonia over SrTi[O.sub.3] and BaTi[O.sub.3] based catalysts," Chemistry Letters, vol.
Most importantly, the Ti[O.sub.2]-GO-Ti[O.sub.2] nanosheets provide high photodecomposition efficiency and durability for the model dye, MB, compared with Ti[O.sub.2] and Ti[O.sub.2]-adsorbed GOs [30-37].
zeamais to higher concentrations of the botanical formulations can be associated with the ability of the effective concentration to withstand photodecomposition (Johnson et al.
ITO-film gas sensor for measuring photodecomposition of N[O.sub.2] gas, Surface and Coatings Technology, 142: 781 -85.
The pesticides in the environment undergo volatilization, leaching, adsorption, photodecomposition, degradation by other non biological processes and biodegradation (Sawhney et al.
During the ablative photodecomposition induced by the excimer laser, high-energy photons break the organic molecular bonds within corneal tissue [7].