photoreaction


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pho·to·re·ac·tion

 (fō′tō-rē-ăk′shən)
n.
A photochemical reaction.

photoreaction

(ˌfəʊtəʊrɪˈækʃən)
n
(Chemistry) chem a chemical reaction involving light or other electromagnetic radiation to increase energy of particles
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Lysine 132 in Air-CCAPR1-Like and lysine 113 in Air-AAR1-Like are required for chromophore-mediated photoreaction
A photocatalyst accelerates a photoreaction in the presence of a catalyst.
Taking into account the linear relationship between the substrate concentration and the absorbance (Abs), which is described by the Lambert-Beer law, the resulting expression is (given by Equation 7; therefore, the obtained constants rate were taken from the initial photoreaction region (up to 10 hours) in all cases.
2] the adsorption is unfavorable due to the agglomeration phenomena and this cause a reduction of specific surface available to the activation in a photoreaction (Bekkouche, et al, 2004).
It is considered an important step towards the production of a photoreaction with the ability to convert carbon dioxide and atmospheric methane to chemicals at industrial scale.
Photoreaction measurement was estimated by monitoring the intensity changes of the cinnamate absorption at maximal value.
Photoreaction of PAHs mainly produces oxygenated compounds in aqueous solutions, and the structure of the products depends on the structure of the PAHs, i.
Some researchers presume the photoreaction may be the basis of conformational changes that occur in the protein, which is a possible mode of protein interaction.
However, the photoreaction rate of PCB was found to be faster in hydroxylic solvents than non-polar solvents (Yao et al.