photolytic


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pho·to·lyt·ic

(fō'tō-lit'ik),
Pertaining to photolysis.

pho·to·lyt·ic

(fō'tō-lit'ik)
Pertaining to photolysis.

photolytic

(fō″tō-lĭt′ĭk)
Dissolved by stimulus of light rays.
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The photolytic rates of avermectin were 16.9% and 61.4%, respectively, for Av-MAC-SDS and free avermectin after 24 h, indicating that Av-MACSDS could protect avermectin from photodegradation.
amyloliquefaciens contributed to higher photolytic rates that reduced ripening time [18].
Chu, "Degradation of atrazine by cobalt-mediated activation of peroxymonosulfate: Different cobalt counteranions in homogenous process and cobalt oxide catalysts in photolytic heterogeneous process," Water Research, vol.
A member of the epidermal growth factor (EGF) family of extracellular ligands, Nrg4 binds to and activates receptor tyrosine kinases ErbB3 and ErbB4 and acts as an autocrine, paracrine, or endocrine signal by releasing the EGF-like domain after photolytic cleavage [6-12].
Specifically, the bottom-up method involves photolytic cracking of [C.sub.6][H.sub.6] by laser irradiation in the illuminated region of solution.
Minimizing the time between the seeded storm and sample collection reduces photolytic effects on silver concentrations in snow [17], wind redistribution [18], snow compaction, and migration of trace elements through the snowpack [19].
This study focuses on systematic evaluation of SIM instability in hydrolytic, oxidative, or photolytic condition, as currently available data mainly indicate the instability of simvastatin as a part of selectivity of the stability-indicating methods, while the influences of the stressor straight, time of expose, and temperature were not evaluated in detail [14-16].
Samples from the photolytic and photocatalytic experiments were analyzed on an Agilent Series 1200 HPLC system (Santa Clara, CA, USA) connected to a triple quadrupole mass spectrometer Agilent 6410 with an ESI interface.
Two preliminary photolysis tests were carried out under non-preheated, isothermal reaction conditions to confirm that the possible thermal and photolytic reactions are not appreciable.
Marzouki, Photolytic Decolorization of Rose Bengal by UV/H2O2 and Data Optimization Using Response Surface Method, J.
The reaction was carried out under photolytic (using 100W tungsten bulb) as well as thermal conditions to induce N-Br cleavage.
Its potential future uses include chemical looping combustion, photolytic and thermolytic water splitting for hydrogen production and environmental chemistry [26,27].