Open access peer-reviewed Edited Volume

Molecular Photochemistry - Various Aspects

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Academic Editor

Satyen Saha

Banaras Hindu University, India

PublishedMarch 30th, 2012

Doi10.5772/2058

ISBN978-953-51-0446-9

eBook (PDF) ISBN978-953-51-4990-3

Copyright year2012

Number of pages296

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Open access peer-reviewed  chapters

1. Quinoline-Based Fluorescence Sensors

By Xiangming Meng, ShuXin Wang and Manzhou Zhu

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4. Improved Photochemistry of TiO2 Inverse Opals and Some Examples

By Fabrizio Sordello, Valter Maurino and Claudio Minero

4,207
5. Photo-induced Proton Transfers of Microbial Rhodopsins

By Takashi Kikukawa, Jun Tamogami, Kazumi Shimono, Makoto Demura, Toshifumi Nara and Naoki Kamo

2,148
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7. UV Light Effects on Proteins: From Photochemistry to Nanomedicine

By Maria Teresa Neves-Petersen, Steffen Petersen and Gnana Prakash Gajula

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9. Solar Photochemistry for Environmental Remediation - Advanced Oxidation Processes for Industrial Wastewater Treatment

By Anabela Oliveira, Enrico Mendes Saggioro, Thelma Pavesi, Josino Costa Moreira and Luis Filipe Vieira Ferreira

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10. High Power Discharge Lamps and Their Photochemical Applications: An Evaluation of Pulsed Radiation

By Lotfi Bouslimi, Mongi Stambouli, Ezzedine Ben Braiek, Georges Zissis and Jean Pascal Cambronne

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