photo-oxidation

photo-oxidation

a chemical reaction occurring as a result of absorption of light in the presence of oxygen.
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Light-oxidized flavor has been linked to the photo-oxidation of native milk riboflavin.
However, development of substitute technologies such as ion exchange, distillation and photo-oxidation which gave optimum results is expected to hamper the growth of the filters market.
Logically, the next question was: Is photo-oxidation fast enough to account for the rapid oxidation detected on the sea surface?
This emphasizes the role of a photo-oxidation process driven by short wavelengths of light (3, 27).
La Mantia, "Effect of compatibilization on the photo-oxidation behaviour of polyethylene/polyamide 6 blends and their nanocomposites," Polymer Degradation and Stability, vol.
Photolysis (film degradation due to light exposure in an inert atmosphere) of P3HT occurs several orders of magnitude slower than photo-oxidation [27].
Comparison of Oxidative Stability of Sesame (SesamumIndicum), Soybean (Glycine Max) and Mahua (Mee) (MadhucaLongifolia) Oils Against Photo-Oxidation and Autoxidation.
This prevents the melanin synthesis process and protects against photo-oxidation caused by UV radiation.
The techniques employed included chromic acid oxidation (CrA) (Masiello and Druffel 1998), high-energy ultraviolet photo-oxidation (PO) (Skjemstad et at.
The auto-oxidation and photo-oxidation susceptibility of vegetable oils is one of the biggest problems of vegetable oil processing industry (Choe and Min, 2006).
Few publications have discussed about the photo-oxidation of PP in the presence of pro-oxidants [11].