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Definition of Photochemically
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Literary usage of Photochemically
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1. Journal of the American Chemical Society by American Chemical Society (1879)
"... cycloaddition predicted to be photochemically allowed by the considerations of Hoffmann and Woodward" or from the circle device introduced by Zimmerman. ..."
2. The Chemical News and Journal of Industrial ScienceChemistry (1904)
"... and Т. Н. Page, composition of distilled oil of limes and a new sesquiterpene, 176 photochemically active chlorine, 152 Burke, Miss К. В , and FG Donnan ..."
3. Outlines of the Comparative Physiology and Morphology of Animals by Joseph LeConte (1899)
"Or we may imagine different substances in all the cones which are photochemically affected each by a particular color. This latter seems the more probable ..."