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- adj. induced as a result of interaction with electromagnetic radiation in the visible and near-visible range.
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Photochemical activation of small molecules by means of transition metal complexes; photogeneration of hydrogen and oxygen; water photolysis; photoreduction of CO2; design of photoinduced charge separation systems.
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Additionally, to achieve a highly efficient photoinduced charge separation, the resultant p - and n-type semiconducting domains must be connected over a long distance.
The recent JACS article by him and colleagues titled, "Dendritic and linear macromolecular architectures for photovoltaics: A photoinduced charge transfer investigation," was selected by the journal editors to appear in a special section, "Harnessing Energy for a Sustainable World."
It includes details of photoinduced electron transfer between intercalated molecules, and examines thermally and photochemically induced electron transfer in supramolecular assemblies consisting of inorganic molecular building blocks.
One highly promising method is photoinduced hyperthermia, in which light energy is converted to heat.