International Journal of Photoenergy

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Table of Contents: 2002

  • International Journal of Photoenergy -
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  • Volume 4
  • - Article ID 182969

Facultative H2-dependent anoxygenic photosynthesis in the unicellular cyanobacterium Gloeocapsa alpicola CALU 743

Larissa Serebryakova | Natalia Novichkova | Ivan Gogotov
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  • Volume 4
  • - Article ID 914180

Liquid and frozen multilayers of decanol in zeolites as microreactors for direct and oxygen mediated triplet-triplet annihilation of porphyrin

Peter P. Levin | Silvia M. B. Costa
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  • Volume 4
  • - Article ID 410637

Gelation in free-radical crosslinking copolymerization; fast transient fluorescence study

Ö. Pekcan | D. Kaya
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  • Volume 4
  • - Article ID 416140

Photocatalytic degradation of metoxuron in aqueous suspensions of TiO2. Analytical and kinetic studies

Amina Amine Khodja | Bernadette Lavedrine | ... | Tahar Sehili
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  • Volume 4
  • - Article ID 259026

Comparison of the photoactivities of two commercial titanium dioxide powders in the degradation of 1,4-dioxane

M. Mehrvar | W. A. Anderson | M. Moo-Young
  • International Journal of Photoenergy -
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  • Volume 4
  • - Article ID 980870

Degradation of chlorinated benzaldehydes in aqueous solutions by UV-irradiation

Miray Bekbölet | Nikola Getoff
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  • Volume 4
  • - Article ID 943970

Suggested terms and definitions in photocatalysis and radiocatalysis

N. Serpone | A. V. Emeline
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  • Volume 4
  • - Article ID 398517

Kinetics of photocatalytic decomposition of Fenuron over TiO2 in aqueous solution

Ouarda Brahmia | Abdelaziz Boulkamh | ... | Claire Richard
  • International Journal of Photoenergy -
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  • Volume 4
  • - Article ID 691986

The fluorescence analysis of laser photolysis of phenols in water

O. Tchaikovskaya | I. Sokolova | ... | N. Sultimova
  • International Journal of Photoenergy -
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  • Volume 4
  • - Article ID 690475

Direct phototransformation of aromatic pesticides in aqueous solution

P. Boule | L. Meunier | ... | B. Lavedrine
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  • Volume 4
  • - Article ID 568234

Computer simulation of photoinduced molecular motion and reactivity

Marco Garavelli | Fernando Bernardi | ... | Massimo Olivucci
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  • Volume 4
  • - Article ID 508420

The phthalocyanines applications in photodynamic therapy investigated by time-resolved and steady-state photothermal methods

Danuta Frackowiak | Krzysztof Wiktorowicz | ... | Rodica-Mariana Ion
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  • Volume 4
  • - Article ID 373949

Interaction of a new antiviral and antitumor photosensitizer hypericin with human serum albumin: molecular modeling study

Jozef Hritz | Jozef Ulicny | Pavol Miskovsky
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  • Volume 4
  • - Article ID 689382

Laser-induced degradation of organophosphorus compounds

Polonca Trebše | Mladen Franko
  • International Journal of Photoenergy -
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  • Volume 4
  • - Article ID 360416

Environmental photocatalytic processes with POM. The photodecomposition of atrazine and photoreduction of metal ions from aqueous solutions

A. Hiskia | A. Troupis | E. Papaconstantinou
International Journal of Photoenergy
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