photoinduced

photoinduced

(ˌfəʊtəʊɪnˈdjuːst)
adj
(General Physics) induced by exposure to light or other electromagnetic radiation
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pho•to•in•duced

(ˌfoʊ toʊ ɪnˈdust, -ˈdyust)

adj.
induced by light.
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Rauf, Response surface methodology (RSM) analysis of photoinduced decoloration of toludine blue, Chem.
Preparation of polyaniline can be achieved in various process such as electrochemical polymerization [22, 23], solution polymerization [24, 25], interfacial polymerization [26, 27], seeding polymerization [28], emulsion polymerization [29], vapor phase self-assembling polymerization [30, 31], photoinduced polymerization [32, 33], plasma polymerization [34, 35], and sonochemical synthesis process [36, 37].
WHITONYL[R] efficiently controls the photoinduced pigmentation in Caucasian and/or Asian skins: the skin is uniform, the complexion is luminous and the pigment spots are attenuated.
Since the observation of nanosecond third-order nonlinear optical effects is dependent on peak irradiances, the shape of the photoinduced laser beams is crucial in the experiments.
As we are developing a chemosensor for TNP, the main motivation behind the synthesis of compound A is that it was expected to become a nonfluorescent moiety as photoinduced electron transfer (PET) process can take place due to presence of imino nitrogen atom [23].
When irradiated with appropriate light, polymers containing azobenzene groups (azo polymers for short) will show different photoresponsive properties attributing to the reversible photoinduced trans-cis isomerization of the azo chromophores [30-33].
Monitoring the intensity variation of these peaks offers an important information to investigate the mechanism of the photoinduced reaction of ligand dissociation.
In the process of photocatalysis, CNTs or CNFs can act as an excellent electron-acceptor/transport donor to effectively facilitate the migration of photoinduced electrons and hinder the quick recombination in electron transfer, which enhances photocatalytic performance.
As shown in Scheme 1, compared with the imidazolyl group contained in zoledronic acid, the amino group contained in pamidronate disodium has the smaller space obstruction and a better affinity to the polycarboxyl group modified on the surface of the CDs, leading to much stronger quenching phenomenon to the fluorescence via photoinduced electron transfer and exhibiting excellent selectivity in detecting the two drugs with similar structures.
This could be due to the fall of Ti[O.sub.2] from the MSB during the photoinduced degradation of organic pollutants present in sago effluent, as Ti[O.sub.2]/MSB mixture was synthesised via mechanical stirring [26].