photostabilize

photostabilize

[‚fōd·ō′stā·bə‚līz]
(organic chemistry)
To incorporate stabilizers in polymers, such as ultraviolet absorbers, to prevent photodegradation.
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Therefore, it is important to photostabilize wooden surfaces prior to the application of transparent coatings to increase the exterior performance of clear coatings.
The fact that avobenzone degrades after being exposed to sunlight is well known; however, most manufacturers have addressed this issue by incorporating quenchers that photostabilize avobenzone.
One fruitful area involved the use of hexavalent chromium ions--known to photostabilize timber surfaces and to also waterproof them.
In his study, ethyl hexyl methoxycry-lene (EHMC), a compound used to photostabilize sunscreen, was selected to stabilize the anti-aging actives.
Products A, B, C, D and F utilize Helioplex photostabilizing patented technology (3) in conjunction with maximum allowed concentration of UVB sunscreen active octocrylene to further photostabilize avoben-zone.
For example, HallStar's sun care webinars cover the theories and solutions to photostabilize sun protection products.
Polycrylene Si photostabilizes avobenzone extremely well, protects against lost of absorbance much faster than octocrylene, and is most effective in combination with other photostabilizers such as SolaStay
HallStar claims that this is the most powerful and robust photostabilizer on the market today It photostabilizes the combination of octinoxate and avobenzone and works up to 1000 times faster than octocrylene to protect against a loss of absorbance.
The HallStar Company debuted HallBrite PSF, a new, photostabilizing silicone fluid that photostabilizes the active ingredients in sunscreens while improving the feel and spreadability of sun care and daily wear products with sun protection factors, according to the company.
Photostabilizes avobenzone via a triplet quenching mechanism.