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pho·to·de·grad·a·ble

(fō′tō-dĭ-grā′də-bəl)
adj.
Capable of being chemically broken down by light.
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Bellinger and Verdu reported the effects of curing agents on photodegradation of epoxy resins [34].
In this study, it can be seen that pH 7 exhibited the highest photodegradation removal of lindane.
Such finer characterization of the photodegradation of the PP macromolecules present in the different nanocomposites proved that the UV has degraded these macromolecules and can even break them.
It has been reported that the photodegradation activity of Ti[O.
UV radiation has strong influence on the wood fibres, which causes photodegradation, causing a decrease in WPCs mechanical properties.
The most widely adopted AOPs include photodegradation, Fenton, photo-Fenton, ultrasonication, and ozonation ([O.
The topics include decontaminating water by solar irradiation, degrading perchlorate dissolved in water by a combined application of ion exchange resin and zero-valent iron nanoparticles, decontaminating commercial chlorpyrifos in water using the ultraviolet/hydrogen peroxide process, modified montmorillonite in photo-Fenton and adsorption processes, stabilized titania nanoparticles on clay minerals for air and water treatment, and the photodegradation of beta-blockers in water.
Photodegradation of lincomycin and diazepam in sewage treatment plant effluent by photo-Fenton process.
We have compared the various concentrations of InVO4 on TiO2 matrix by SEM, BET surface area analyzer, FTIR, XRD, and photodegradation of the organic contaminant Methyl Orange.