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copolymers using a thermal Huisgen reaction.
Based on the results obtained it can be concluded that although adsorption plays an important role in the decolorization process, assimilation of some chromophoric
material is also taking place.
This problem has been addressed by substituting the two fluorines bonded to boron in F-BODIPY with chromophoric
molecules, such as pyrene, anthracene, phenanthracene, and biphenyl.
Other topics include the world ocean silica cycle, the global distribution and dynamics of chromophoric
dissolved organic matter, and ocean acidification and coral reefs.
Thus, the results indicate that the UV absorption and fluorescence emission changes in donepezil mediated interaction are due to conformational changes in cystatin mainly a rising from interaction affecting the chromophoric
groups of the protein which produce significant effect on the activity of cystatin.
Adsorption of chromophoric
dissolved organic matter (CDOM) to basic cations and clay particles in the slump sediments was thought to be responsible for the observed shift from brown water in unaffected lakes to clear water in slump-affected lakes (Thompson et al., 2008).
In order for UV to degrade a polymeric surface, chromophoric
groups (chemical groups capable of absorbing UV light) must be contained in the chemical structure of the polymer or in compounds dispersed in the polymer matrix.
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Production of chromophoric
dissolved organic matter fluorescence in marine and estuarine environments: an investigation into the role of phytoplankton.
Helms JR (2006) Spectral shape as an indicator of molecular weight in chromophoric
dissolved organic matter.
The penetration of solar radiation into the water column depends on several factors, but in many cases particulate matter (such as phytoplankton)--POM and dissolved matter (such as chromophoric
dissolved organic matter, CDOM) constitute the main attenuators (Morris et al., 1995).