However, if only the ligand is photosensitive , then light can only influence the metal-ligand binding indirectly.
The majority of photosensitive molecules have a heterocyclic ring structure similar to that of chlorophyll or hemoglobin.
One is a photosensitive cathode which emits electrons when exposed to light and the other is an anode which is maintained at a positive voltage with respect to the cathode.
When exposed to ultraviolet light, a photosensitive chemical in the liquid causes the material to harden and encapsulate the cells.
Some polymers, such as most polyimides and polycarbonates, are not photosensitive and are typically processed using photoresist patterning and reactive ion etching.
Both black and white and color film photochemistry relies predominantly on the photosensitivity of microcystalline grains of silver halides.
In clinical practice, its administration can give rise to photosensitivity and other skin reactions, including erythematous rashes, urticaria and peeling skin on the hands and feet.
None of the subjects had a history of photosensitivity , was receiving photoactive medication, or had sunbathed within 3 months of participating in the study.
This indicates that there is no marked difference in intrinsic photosensitivity between these cell lines for a given drug concentration.
Essential oils may cause photosensitivity , skin irritation or may sensitize the skin.