Photophoresis

Photophoresis denotes the phenomenon that small particles suspended in gas (aerosols) or liquids (hydrocolloids) start to migrate when illuminated by a sufficiently intense beam of light. The existence of this phenomenon is owed to a non-uniform distribution of temperature of an illuminated particle in a fluid medium. Separately from photophoresis...
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photophoresis

See: extracorporeal photophoresis. ... Extracorporeal photophoresis, destruction of cells separated from blood in an extracorporeal flow system by ultraviolet activation of chemotherapeutic agents such as psoralens. ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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photophoresis

Type: Term Pronunciation: fō′tō-fō-rē′sis See: extracorporeal photophoresis
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