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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Degradation Modes of Crosslinked Coatings Exposed to Photolytic Environment," J.
Among the body of published work are several investigations that have addressed various aspects of the thermal and photolytic decomposition of acetaminophen.
One study using photolytic uncaging of intracellular calcium in hippocampal slices showed that the same calcium uncaging protocol could induce either LTP or LTD.
POPs are resistant to photolytic, biological and chemical degradation and their properties allow them to travel thousands of kilometers in the atmosphere and hydrosphere, despite their lipophilicity, before deposition and eventual transfer into the global food chain.
Chlorine, a micronutrient of both plants and animals that was detected in GBL is used by plants in their photosystem cells and in the ion balance for photolytic activities, while animals need chlorine for acid-base and osmotic balances, as well as conduction of impulses (Brooker et al.
This would explain the discrepancies in the reactivity of pyridine between sonochemical and photolytic reactions since the latter involves the participation of a more diverse range of reactive species (i.
Required equipment must be technically able to reproducibly provide long-term exposure conditions simulating the radiation spectrum of wavelengths critical for photolytic oxidation of polymers and other environmental conditions such as temperature, humidity and periodic spraying simulating rain.
1978) Rapid photolytic release of adenosine 5'-triphosphate from a protected analogue: utilization by the Na: K pump of human red blood cell ghosts.
Therefore, the present study was extended to establish the inherent stability of ceftriaxone sodium under different stress conditions such as, alkaline, acidic, oxidative, and photolytic conditions.
It is possible that long-term storage and exposure to light may lead to photolytic degradation of contrast media and hence an increased concentration of free iodine in solution [8].
Human milk accelerates umbilical cord separation process because it has polymorphonuclear and photolytic enzymes.
Pantoprazole was found to degrade in acidic, oxidative conditions and under photolytic stress.