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Molecular Photochemistry

Various Aspects

Edited by Satyen Saha

Banaras Hindu University, India

There have been various comprehensive and stand-alone text books on the introduction to Molecular Photochemistry which provide crystal clear concepts on fundamental issues. This book entitled "Molecular Photochemistry - Various Aspects" presents various advanced topics that inherently utilizes those core concepts/techniques to various advanced fields of photochemistry and are generally not available. The purpose of publication of this book is actually an effort to bring many such important topics clubbed together. The goal of this book is to familiarize both research scholars and post graduate students with recent advancement in various fields related to Photochemistry. The book is broadly divided in five parts: the photochemistry I) in solution, II) of metal oxides, III) in biology, IV) the computational aspects and V) applications. Each part provides unique aspect of photochemistry. These exciting chapters clearly indicate that the future of photochemistry like in any other burgeoning field is more exciting than the past.

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Molecular PhotochemistryVarious AspectsEdited by Satyen Saha

Published: March 30th 2012

DOI: 10.5772/2058

ISBN: 978-953-51-0446-9

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1. Quinoline-Based Fluorescence Sensors

By Xiangming Meng, ShuXin Wang and Manzhou Zhu

36391

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2. Photocatalytic Deposition of Metal Oxides on Semiconductor Particles: A Review

By Miguel Valenzuela

3930

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3. Photoisomerization of Norbornadiene to Quadricyclane Using Ti-Containing Photocatalysts

By Ji-Jun Zou, Lun Pan, Li Wang and Xiangwen Zhang

1703

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4. Improved Photochemistry of TiO2 Inverse Opals and Some Examples

By Fabrizio Sordello, Valter Maurino and Claudio Minero

3219

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5. Photo-induced Proton Transfers of Microbial Rhodopsins

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

11371

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6. Function of Extrinsic Proteins in Stabilization of the Photosynthetic Oxygen-Evolving Complex

By Yong Li, Yukihiro Kimura, Yasuo Yamauchi and Takashi Ohno

2134

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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

19743

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8. Computational Modelling of the Steps Involved in Photodynamic Therapy

By Martin Paterson and L. Therese Bergendahl

1774

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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

14524

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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

4154

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11. The Comparison of the Photoinitiating Ability of the Dyeing Photoinitiating Systems Acting via Photoreducible or Parallel Series Mechanism

By Janina Kabatc and Katarzyna Jurek

1981

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12. Light-Induced Iminyl Radicals: Generation and Synthetic Applications

By Miguel A. Rodríguez

3077

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