Photochemistry: New Research


Abigail B. Smith (Editor)
Nathan A. Johnson (Editor)

Series: Chemistry Research and Applications
BISAC: SCI013020

The study of chemical reactions that proceed with the absorption of light by atoms or molecules is known as photochemistry. Everyday examples include photosynthesis, the degradation of plastics and the formation of vitamin D with sunlight. In this book, the authors discuss new research in photochemistry, including the photoprotective role of mycrosporine-like aminoacids; bicarbonate-enhanced photocatalytic degradation of phenol; conformational relaxation of excitons in conjugated polymers; and the quenching of flavin triplets by amino acids and hydrophilic carotenoids. (Imprint: Novinka )

Table of Contents

Table of Contents


Photoprotective Role of Mycosporine-Like Aminoacids
(Raúl Losantos, Diego Sampedro, Departamento de Química, Centro de Investigación en Síntesis Química (CISQ), Universidad de La Rioja, Madre de Dios, Logroño, Spain)

Bicarbonate-Enhanced Photocatalytic Degradation of Phenol: Competition with Excess Organic Matter
(Radharani Das, Claudio Minero, Valter Maurino, Davide Vione, Department of Chemical Engineering, Haldia Institute of Technology, ICARE Complex, Haldia, India, and others)

Conformational Relaxation of Excitons in Conjugated Polymers: A Stochastic Mechanical Model. Application to PPV (Poly-Phenylenevinylene) and P3HT (Poly-Thiophene) Oligomers
(Adelino M. Galvão, K. Razi Naqvi, Centro de Quimica Estrutural, Instituto Superior Tecnico, Technical University of Lisbon, Lisbon, Portugal, and others)

Quenching of Flavin Triplets by Amino Acids and Hydrophilic Carotenoids: Investigations Based on Laser Flash Photolysis and E-type Delayed Fluorescence
(K. Razi Naqvi, Heng Li, Øyvind Persvik, T. B. Melø, Department of Physics, Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU),Trondheim, Norway)


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