The Vernier Flash Photolysis
Spectrometer, Pressure Sensor 400, and Platinum-Cell Conductivity Probe offer instructors and students greater versatility
EPA found that "Once volatilized, iodomethane degrades rapidly in the lower atmosphere via direct photolysis
and lasts in the atmosphere less than 12 days, as compared with two years for methyl bromide.
has provided a way to study kinetics of ligand activated signaling in situ at inaccessible intracellular and extracellular receptors for three decades.
of amdro fire ant insecticide active ingredient hydromethylnon (Ac 217,300) in distilled water.
DDT can naturally break down into DDE [1,1-bis-(4-chlorophenyl)-2,2-dichloroethene] and DDD [1,1-dichloro-2,2-bis(p-chlorophenyl)ethane] through photolysis
and microbial biodegradation [Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry (ATSDR) 2002].
Degradation of acetic acid with sulfate radical generated by persulfate ions photolysis
However, in the presence of solutes (organic compounds), primary and secondary molecular, ionic, or radical species produced in GDEP can attack these molecules and cause their degradation , Alternatively, solutes can be degraded indirectly through pyrolysis, radiolysis, or photolysis
produced by GDEP [33, 34], But in the initiated polymerization process by GDEP, we should try to restrain the oxidizing properties.
of hydrogen peroxide at high light intensities, Transactions of the Faraday Society 53: 344-356.
The possible reaction mechanisms of the chain reactions of the photolysis
Ford, Flash Photolysis
of Ru3(CO)i2: Evidence for Intermediates in the Competing Fragmentation and Ligand-Substitution Photoreactions, J.
Comparative degradation kinetics of alachlor in water by photocatalysis with FeCl3, TiO2 and photolysis
, studied by solid phase disk extraction followed by gas chromatographic techniques.
of water at a semiconductor electrode.