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Definitions

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  • n. The loss of an electron from a photoexcited species
  • n. The reaction of something with oxygen in the presence of light

Etymologies

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photo- +‎ oxidation

Examples

  • Diacetyl (emphasis on the first syllable) is also called biacetyl (emphasis on the last syllable) and the latter is what we called in when I was working on the photooxidation of aromatic hydrocarbons a couple or three decades ago.

    Hot Buttered

  • MVK will further react to give methyl glyoxal, which is also a product of the photooxidation of alkylated benzenes like toluene and xylene.

    Isoprene

  • But the methacrolein analog to PAN turns out to be temporarily important in the photooxidation of isoprene.

    Isoprene

  • The question we were working on was the photooxidation of toluene used as a solvent and a component of gasoline in photochemical smog.

    The Scientific Method

  • Later we published a brief communication on the two-sided experiment alone, and also a paper on our toluene photooxidation mechanism.

    The Scientific Method

  • To prevent “photooxidation” and the development of stale, harsh aromas, olive oil is best stored in the dark—in opaque cans, for example—and in cool conditions, which slow all chemical reactions.

    On Food and Cooking, The Science and Lore of the Kitchen

  • One example is parasitism by Bdellovibrio through the action of bacteriophages and photooxidation.

    Chapter 7

  • Grabenbauer M, Geerts WJ, Fernadez-Rodriguez J, Hoenger A, Koster AJ, et al. (2005) Correlative microscopy and electron tomography of GFP through photooxidation.

    PLoS ONE Alerts: New Articles

  • Chapter 3 photodegradation arising from exposure of polymers to visible or ultraviolet radiation and Chapter 4 discusses oxidative degradation, oxidation and photooxidation. megaupload. com

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  • Green plants perform the photooxidation of water molecules within a complex of proteins called Photosystem II, in which manganese-containing enzymes serve as the catalyst.

    Green Car Congress

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