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photochemically

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  • adv. By means of photochemistry

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Examples

  • The halogens are normally present as reservoir species (primarily hydrogen chloride – HCl, chlorine nitrate – ClONO2, and bromine nitrate), which are efficiently converted into photochemically active species in the presence of sulfate aerosols or polar stratospheric clouds [9].

    Factors affecting arctic ozone variability in the Arctic

  • Ultraviolet radiation is the most photochemically reactive wavelength of solar energy reaching the surface of the earth, and has a broad range of effects on aquatic biogeochemistry, biota, and ecosystems.

    Ultraviolet radiation effects on freshwater ecosystems in the Arctic

  • Vitamin D is produced photochemically IN the skin from 7-dehydrocholesterol not an “oil”.

    Vitamin D-bate D-bunked | The Blog of Michael R. Eades, M.D.

  • Ozone is produced photochemically from precursor molecules released during the burning of forests and grasslands.

    AP Environmental Science Chapter 19- First-Order Effects

  • I had some vague suspicions that it might not be a good idea to use a compound as photochemically unstable as biacetyl in food.

    Hot Buttered

  • Benzene itself is almost dead, photochemically speaking; put it into a smog chamber and it mostly just sits there, making a little tang of phenol after a while, but phenol is deader still, so…boring.

    Hot Buttered

  • Isoprene is 2-Methyl-1,3-butadiene, photochemically a highly reactive organic compound, owing to the two reactive olefinic groups double carbon-carbon bonds in its structure:

    Isoprene

  • The structure shows the precise arrangement in the L and M subunits of the photochemically active groups – two chlorophyll molecules forming a dimer, two monomeric chlorophylls, two pheophytin molecules (these lack the central magnesium ion of chlorophyll), one quinone molecule, called

    The Nobel Prize in Chemistry 1988

  • The knowledge about the location of the photochemically active groups in the reaction center has resulted in a deeper understanding of the mechanism of the primary reaction in photosynthetic organisms.

    The Nobel Prize in Chemistry 1988

  • "I do not know, " Rec said, -although I did hear Supervisor Avernus say on one occasion that the -ozone layer needs to be increased photochemically to ten parts per million.

    Suspicion

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