Modellers are now taking this information and using it to check and finetune their understanding of atmospheric photochemistry
. Environment protection agencies rely on models of atmospheric chemistry to determine which pollutant emissions need to be controlled if air quality is to be maintained or improved.
Carrillo, "Comparison of methods for the photochemical degradation of chlorophenols," Journal of Photochemistry
and Photobiology A: Chemistry, vol.
is a simple and cost-effective method.
Additionally, [CO.sub.2] is an integral part of the carbon cycle for plant life and, as a consequence, the photochemistry
and photophysics of this molecule has been the subject of considerable interest by a number of scientists over the last several decades.
However, hard core chemists who are actively involved in research and development activities with EB and UV sources have christened them as radiation chemistry and photochemistry
The five-day programme roamed over new holographic materials & photochemistry
, colour, stereograms and digital imaging, scientific holography, art and education, technology applications and business in holography.
This is where the group employed the expertise of chemists who developed the dye photochemistry
He transferred to the Central Research Division of American Cyanamid in 1960, where he led a group that carried out fundamental studies in strained ring chemistry and in organic photochemistry
related to the phenomenon of photochromism.
Among their topics are a general introduction to transport phenomena in continuous-flow micro-reactors for photochemical transformations, photon transport phenomena: radiation absorption and scattering effects on photoreactors, efficiency versus productivity in photoreactions: a case study, heterogeneous photoreactions in continuous flow, and industrial photochemistry
: from laboratory scale to industrial scale.