pulse radiolysis


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pulse radiolysis

[′pəls ‚rād·ē′äl·ə·səs]
(physical chemistry)
A method of studying fast chemical reactions in which a sample is subjected to a pulse of ionizing radiation, and the products formed by the resulting reactions are studied spectroscopically.
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Since, CDF1 showed better steady-state free radical scavenging and calf thymus DNA protection ability, we subjected it to nanosecond pulse radiolysis and stop flow spectrophotometric studies.
Blessing, A Vessel to Perform Pulse Radiolysis of Liquid Ammonia in a High Pressure Vessel, Proceedings of the American Scientific Glassblowers Society (1974) pp.