Industrial Photo Chemistry

Photochemistry can be uniquely interesting from a mechanistic-organic or physical-organic perspective, because photochemical reactions allow study not only of starting materials and products, but quite often of the short-lived intermediates that we write to account for reactions. As a result, we can get a terrifically detailed picture of what is going on in a chemical reaction The study of chemical reactions, isomerizations and physical behaviour that may occur under the influence of visible and/or ultraviolet light is called Photochemistry. In an attempt to understand and improve the inorganic photochemistry of the photographic process numerous scientists in industrial laboratories studied the interaction of light with silver halides. Another form of imaging however has recently gained a lot of attention. Photo polymerisation methods for the manufacture of printed and integrated circuits are studied in great detail. It is in this area that organometallic photochemistry has been put to work. In up-scaling photo chemical reactions, industrial preparative photo chemistry has not lost its image as an attractive tool for the synthesis of fine chemicals. Photochemistry can be uniquely interesting from a mechanistic-organic or physical-organic perspective, because photochemical reactions allow study not only of starting materials and products, but quite often of the short-lived intermediates that we write to account for reactions. Solar energy conversion in photo reaction and photo chemistry in electronics are the different techniques in photo chemistry related to the industrial chemistry.

Starting from the various primary photochemical processes (luminescence, non- radiative transition to the ground state, electron and energy transfer, isomerization, addition, hydrogen abstraction, and fragmentation), the most important technical applications of photochemistry are reviewed. The main applications of luminescence phenomena are optical bleaching of textiles and paper. Rapid radiation less transitions to the ground state, often brought about by means of quenchers or of thermo reversible light reactions, are necessary for light protection of plastics and human skin. Electron and energy transfer processes have found a wide range of applications in photography, preparative photochemistry, and light sources, respectively. Photo fragmentations are used in reprography and in the photochemical synthesis of detergents, insecticides and monomers for polyamides.

  • Inorganic photo chemistry
  • Photo medicine
  • Solar energy conversion
  • Atmospheric photo chemistry
  • Photo chemistry in electronics

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