photostable

photostable

 [fo´to-sta″b'l]
unchanged by the influence of light.

pho·to·sta·ble

(fō'tō-stā'bĕl),
Not subject to change on exposure to light.

pho·to·sta·ble

(fō'tō-stā'bĕl)
Not subject to change on exposure to light.
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The preparation must be durable and photostable to ensure its functioning for several years.
10,028,900 B2; Kancor Ingredients, Mumbai, has patented a photostable sunscreen composition.
"Our Helioplex technology provides advanced photostable protection across the UVA/UVB spectrum, giving consumers confidence to apply and go outdoors to enjoy without worry.
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Among auxins, indolebutyric acid (IBA) is a photostable auxin commonly used to promote the rooting of fruit species (HAN et al., 2009).
pavonina is photostable, favoring its use in the pharmaceutical and cosmetic industries.
[13] showed that annatto dye/organo-montmorillonites were more photostable than pure annatto dye because the layered structure of the montmorillonite protected the dye molecules from external oxygen.
Hua, "Photostable red turn-on fluorescent diketopyrrolopyrrole chemodosimeters for the detection of cysteine in living cells," Sensors and Actuators B: Chemical, vol.
Ti[O.sub.2] appears to be one of the most widely used photo catalysts because it is biologically and chemically inert, cheap, photostable, and noncorrosive [4].
Slablab et al., "Photostable second-harmonic generation from a single KTiOP[O.sub.4] nanocrystal for nonlinear microscopy," Small, vol.
He, "Large-scale aqueous synthesis of fluorescent and biocompatible silicon nanoparticles and their use as highly photostable biological probes," Journal of the American Chemical Society, Vol.
Absorbance of the photostable orange screening pigment was also measured.