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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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Growth of endothelial cells on different concentrations of Gly-Arg-Gly-Asp photochemically grafted in polyethylene glycol modified polyurethane.
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Once irradiated with a laser at certain bonding points, the structure photochemically bonds.
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The development of photochemically crosslinked native fibrinogen as a rapidly formed and mechanically strong surgical tissue sealant.
Retinol is both oxidatively and photochemically unstable.
Photochemically, PAHs can produce reactive species which induce damages to the cellular proteins, DNA, and lipids.
Table 2: XPS data for chemically and photochemically prepared poly(pyrrole) samples Part 1: Chemically synthesized poly(pyrrole) samples Label C (%) N (%) CI (%) S (%) CI/N S/N PPY-1 62.