Photochemistry and organic analysis
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The organohalogen compounds that we investigated, which absorb radiant energy in the UV region of the spectrum, very rapidly decompose (in 15–30 sec) under the influence of the radiation of a xenon lamp.
The rate of photochemical decomposition is a maximum when the entire radiation spectrum of the lamp is used. Removal of one region of the spectrum or another leads to a substantial slowdown of the decomposition process. An especially great negative effect is given by removal of the UV and visible blue light.
KeywordsRadiation Xenon Blue Light Radiant Energy Decomposition Process
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