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*  Flash photolysis
... is a pump-probe laboratory technique, in which a sample is firstly excited by a strong pulse (called pump ... Flash photolysis was developed shortly after World War II as a result of the military's attempts to build cameras fast enough ... Today flash photolysis facilities are extensively used by researchers to study light-induced processes in organic molecules, ...
*  Dicarbon monoxide
... is a product of the photolysis of carbon suboxide: C3O2 → CO + C2O It is stable enough to observe reactions ... doi:10.1351/PAC-CON-08-11-03 Bayes, K. (1961). "Photolysis of Carbon Suboxide". Journal of the American Chemical Society. 83 ( ...
*  Mercury(II) thiocyanate
Kitamura, T.; Kobayashi, S.; Taniguchi, H. (1990). "Photolysis of Vinyl Halides. Reaction of Photogenerated Vinyl Cations with ...
*  Photo-oxidation of polymers
... are formed by photolysis. Termination step: Cross linking is a result of the reaction of different free radicals with each ... ketones and carboxylic acids along or at the end of polymer chains are generated by oxygenated species in photolysis of photo- ...
*  Carbon
Bayes, K. (1961). "Photolysis of Carbon Suboxide". Journal of the American Chemical Society. 83 (17): 3712-3713. doi:10.1021/ ...
*  Environmental impact of pharmaceuticals and personal care products
Darwent, B. deB.; Allard, M. J.; Hartman, M. F.; Lange, L. J. (1960-12-01). "The Photolysis of Acetone". The Journal of ... Cundall, R. B.; Davies, A. S. (1 January 1966). "The Mechanism of the Gas Phase Photolysis of Acetone". Proceedings of the ... In the gaseous phase, acetone can undergo photolysis and breakdown into carbon monoxide, methane, and ethane. When temperatures ...
*  Reductive elimination
... photolysis/oxidation. Additionally, because reductive elimination and oxidative addition are reverse reactions, any sterics or ...
*  Barton reaction
doi:10.1016/S0040-4020(98)01110-7. Allen, J.; Boar, R. B.; McGhie, J. F.; Barton, D. H. R. (1973). "Nitrite photolysis in the ... The Barton reaction, also known as the Barton Nitrite Ester Reaction, is a photochemical reaction that involves the photolysis ... Akhtar, M.; Barton, D. H. R.; Sammes, P. G. (1964). "Radical Exchange during Nitrite Photolysis". Journal of the American ... "The Photolysis of Organic Nitrites. VII. Fragmentation of the Steroidal Side Chain". The Journal of Organic Chemistry. 27: 20- ...
*  2,2,5,5-Tetramethyltetrahydrofuran
TMTHF undergoes photolysis by UV; in aqueous solution, the products are mainly methane, ethane, and 2-hydroxy-2,5,5- ... The vacuum UV photolysis of aqueous solutions of two saturated ditertiary ethers: A product and CIDNP study, Journal of ...
*  Sivanandi Rajadurai
"A Laser Flash Photolysis Study". Canadian Journal of Chemistry. 65: 2277-2285. doi:10.1139/v87-379. Retrieved 2015-10-12. " ...
*  Norrish reaction
Photolysis of Heptanal Suzanne E. Paulson, De-Ling Liu, Grazyna E. Orzechowska, Luis M. Campos, and K. N. Houk J. Org. Chem.; ... Photolysis of heptanal in conditions resembling atmospheric conditions results in the formation of 1-pentene and acetaldehyde ... Abuin, E.B.; Encina, M.V.; Lissi, E.A. (1972). "The photolysis of 3-pentanone". Journal of Photochemistry. 1 (5): 387-396. doi: ... The Norrish reaction has been studied in relation to environmental chemistry with respect to the photolysis of the aldehyde ...
*  Carbene
Photolysis of diazirines and epoxides can also be employed. Diazirines are cyclic forms of diazoalkanes. The strain of the ... Photolysis of epoxides gives carbonyl compounds as side products. With asymmetric epoxides, two different carbonyl compounds ... For example, the reaction of methylene generated from photolysis of diazomethane with cis-2-butene or with trans-2-butene each ... Liu, Michael T. H. (1982-01-01). "The thermolysis and photolysis of diazirines". Chemical Society Reviews. 11 (2). doi:10.1039/ ...
*  Basketene
Photolysis of basketene produces cyclooctatetraene, Nenitzescu's hydrocarbon and so on. Verevkin, Sergei P.; Martin Kümmerlin; ... Allred, Evan L.; Beck, Boyd R. (1973). "Concurrent thermolysis and photolysis of basketene. Formation and the interrelation of ...
*  Cyclooctatetraene
Holovka, J. M.; Gardner, P. D.; Strow, C. B.; Hill, M. L.; Van Auken, T. V. (1968). "Photolysis and photoisomerization of ... COT can also be prepared by photolysis of barrelene, one of its structural isomers, the reaction proceeding via another ...
*  UV filter
Photolysis dissociates the organic filters into free radicals. Photolysis can be direct or indirect. The direct way occurs when ... Direct photolysis represents the dominant transformation pathway. on the other hand, the indirect photolysis due to •OH is ... It was proposed that the indirect photolysis of PABA was mainly due to the NO3 photolysis product •OH. The Bicarbonate anion is ... PABA undergoes both direct and indirect photolysis in the solution with the presence of NO3. Direct photolysis accounts for 25 ...
*  Trifluoromethanol
Schneider, W. F. (January 1995). "Atmospheric Chemistry of CF3OH: Is Photolysis Important?". Environmental Science & Technology ...
*  Hexatriynyl radical
The radical can be synthesized by photolysis. Two different examples involve Argon gas and 1,3-butadiene in a mole ratio of ...
*  Robert Jay Charlson
His master's thesis was titled: "Techniques for High Speed Flash Photolysis". In 1964, Charlson was awarded a PhD in physics ... 1959). Techniques for High Speed Flash Photolysis. Department of Chemistry, Stanford University. Socci, Anthony D. (April 25, ...
*  Time-resolved mass spectrometry
An early application of TRMS was in the observation of flash photolysis process. It took advantage of a time-of-flight mass ... "Apparatus for flash photolysis and time resolved mass spectrometry". Retrieved 27 January 2014. Miao, Zhixin; Chen, Hao; Liu, ... "Flash Photolysis and Time‐Resolved Mass Spectrometry. I. Detection of the Hydroxyl Radical". Retrieved 27 January 2014. " ...
*  Wolff rearrangement
In photolysis of diazo acetaldehyde, 8% of the label is scrambled, indicating that 16% of product is formed via the oxirene ... Generally, under photolysis, compounds in the s-cis conformation react in a concerted manner due to the antiperiplanar ... Under photolysis, the biphenyl (R1=R2=phenyl) substrate shows 20-30% label migration, implying 40-60% of product goes through ... The Danheiser benzannulation photolyses α-diazo ketones and traps with an alkyne, which undergoes a pericyclic cascade, to ...
*  Stratosphere
Ozone (O3) photolysis produces O and O2. The oxygen atom product combines with atmospheric molecular oxygen to reform O3, ... The rapid photolysis and reformation of ozone heats the stratosphere resulting in a temperature inversion. This increase of ... OH is formed by the reaction of electronically excited oxygen atoms produced by ozone photolysis, with water vapor. While the ...
*  Magnesium monohydride
Photolysis increases reactions which form the dimer. The energy to break up the dimer HMgMgH into two MgH radicals is 197 kJ/ ...
*  Kenichi Honda
Encyclopædia Britannica Fujishima, Akira; Honda, Kenichi (7 July 1972). "Electrochemical Photolysis of Water at a Semiconductor ... photolysis) upon exposing a titanium dioxide electrode to strong light. For this discovery, published in 1972, Honda and ...
*  Photocatalytic water splitting
Under normal conditions due to the transparency of water to visible light photolysis can only occur with a radiation wavelength ... Fujishima, Akira (13 September 1971). "Electrochemical Photolysis of Water at a Semiconductor Electrode". Nature. 238: 37-38. ...
*  Photodissociation
Photolysis is part of the light-dependent reactions of photosynthesis. The general reaction of photosynthetic photolysis can be ... In addition, photolysis is the process by which CFCs are broken down in the upper atmosphere to form ozone-destroying chlorine ... Photolysis occurs in the atmosphere as part of a series of reactions by which primary pollutants such as hydrocarbons and ... Photolysis of water occurs in the thylakoids of cyanobacteria and the chloroplasts of green algae and plants. The conventional ...