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pho·to·chem·i·cal

(fō'tō-kem'i-kăl),
Denoting chemical changes caused by or involving light.

pho·to·chem·i·cal

(fō'tō-kem'i-kăl)
Denoting chemical changes caused by or involving light.

photochemical 

Relating to a chemical change as a result of the absorption of light. Example: The action of light on rhodopsin in the photoreceptors of the retina. See rhodopsin.

photochemical

in laser treatment, the laser light is absorbed and converted into chemical energy.
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These photochemical stability test results along with the thermal stability at 110 degrees Celsius are important in the context of Lightwave Logic's device development program as it moves from passive to active testing in its first organic polymer-enabled ridge waveguide device.
When Allied PhotoChemical was founded back in 1996 by Roy Krohn and Scott Howe, their mission was to first develop an environmentally-friendly UV chemistry, patent this technology and begin providing customers a customized solution to their coatings and electronic inks needs.
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Both ISO and BD react in the atmosphere through partially known chemical mechanisms, such as reactions with hydroxyl and other radicals as well as ozone, which are all created during photochemical processes.
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The radiative forcing together with an atmospheric lifetime determined from laboratory photochemical kinetic measurements is then used to derive the GWP of the compound.
PCI Biotech AS, a subsidiary of PhotoCure ASA, is focused on the opportunities for photochemical internalisation (PCI) in drug discovery, development and delivery of novel cancer therapeutics.
This ensured the successful integration of both the digital and photochemical processes, all under the one roof, creating seamless results.
Although the basic photochemical pathways contributing to brightness reversion of mechanical pulps have been studied extensively, no commercially viable solutions are currently being used to halt the overall photoyellowing process.
The researchers estimate that by the year 2025, 30-75% of the world's cereal crops will be grown in areas with potentially harmful levels of ozone, an air pollutant produced in photochemical smog.
This report summarizes the results of a two-year bench-scale evaluation of laser-induced photochemical oxidative destruction (LIPOD), a process sponsored by the SITE Emerging Technologies Program.