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Because the chemical reaction coefficient between OH radical and VOCs ([k.sub.OH-VOCs]) is much larger than the value of photolysis of HONO ([k.sub.HONO-hv]), all produced OH radicals are reacted with VOCs.
In this experiment, Ca was uniformly elevated to a high level (>10 pM) within the terminal by flash photolysis of a caged-Ca compound.
Photocatalytic powder Methanol yield (% Nb (w/w)) ([micro]mol/g-cat x h) Blank (photolysis) 0 Nb-Ti[O.sub.2] 0.0% 0 Nb-Ti[O.sub.2] 0.5% 0.54 Nb-Ti[O.sub.2] 1.0% 0.76 Nb-Ti[O.sub.2] 2.5% 1.00 Photocatalytic powder Methanol yield (% Nb (w/w)) ([micro]mol/g-cat x h) P25 1.83 Nb-Ti[O.sub.2] 0.0% SPT 0 Nb-Ti[O.sub.2] 0.5% SPT <0.01 Nb-Ti[O.sub.2] 1.0% SPT 0.16 Nb-Ti[O.sub.2] 2.5% SPT 0.40
Process Condition Initial reactor temperature (K) Photolysis Non-preheated 305 Isothermal 312 306 Non-preheated 305 Photocatalysis 323 Preheated 321 Isothermal 307 318 Table 2.
Before the beginning of photolysis, methyl orange solution was accurately measured and add to five 50 mL quartz tubes.
(30.) Kim et al., Photolysis of the organic UV filter, avobenzone, combined with octyl methoxycinnamate by nano-Ti[O.sub.2] composites, J Photochem Photobiol B.
Methods such as methane reforming (using high temperatures to extract hydrogen from natural gas), partial oxidation (burning out oxygen in hydrogen-rich air), photolysis (using light to decompose all chemicals except hydrogen), and electrolysis (passing electricity through water to separate water into oxygen and hydrogen) have all been tried.
The possible reaction mechanisms of the chain reactions of the photolysis of [O.sub.3] are:
Nevertheless, an optimal dosage exists because that [H.sub.2][O.sub.2] overdose reacts substantially with hydroxyl radical to form H[O.sub.2] radical and competes with the dyes in solution while the photolysis is processed at the same time.
The observed decrease on k as the initial concentration of pyridine increases can be explained in terms of the less availability of oxidizing species, such as OH radicals, through the direct photolysis or sonolysis of [H.sub.2]O as the concentration of the solution gets more intense.
Corrosiveeffect of disinfection solution containing hydroxyl radicals generated by photolysis of H(2)O(2) on dental metals.