photothermal


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pho·to·ther·mal

(fō'tō-ther'măl),
Relating to radiant heat.
[photo- + G. thermē, heat]

photothermal

(fō″tō-thĕr′măl) [″ + therme, heat]
Concerning heat produced by light.

photothermal

in laser treatment, the laser light is absorbed and converted to heat in the tissues.
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Specific thermal capacity of CA/PHB blends was obtained by the photothermal technique through the use of an experimental arrangement composed by an argon laser (Omicron Model 543-AP) whose beam was modulated with a mechanical chopper (EG&G Model 650).
et al, "Cancer Cell Imaging and Photothermal Therapy in the Near-Infrared Region by Using Gold Nanorods," Journal of the American Chemical Society, 2006, Vol.
Identification of photothermal responses in soybean by integrating photoperiod treatments with planting date experiments.
The potential use of the enhanced nonlinear properties of gold nanospheres in photothermal cancer therapy.
A photothermal model of leaf area index for greenhouse crops.
The samples were subjected to a simultaneous photothermal treatment.
Cai, "Aptamer-guided silver-gold bimetallic nanostructures with highly active surface-enhanced Raman scattering for specific detection and near-infrared photothermal therapy of human breast cancer cells," Analytical Chemistry, vol.
CarieScan Pro * Photothermal radiometric modulated luminescence, i.
Ovarian steroidogenesis inhibition by constant photothermal conditions is caused by a lack of gonadotropin stimulation in Eurasian perch.
Cynosure said that PicoSure's ultra-short pulse duration goes beyond photothermal action to create an intense photomechanical impact that results in greater disruption of the target for better clearance with fewer treatments, less fluence and without injury to the surrounding skin.
Their optical properties and intense electromagnetic fields make these nanoparticles very attractive for sensing, diagnostics, and photothermal therapeutic applications among other important areas [14].