what is the uses of potochmistry, Chemistry

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Photochemistry, a area of discipline of chemistry, which is the studied foe the chemical reactions that proceed with the absorption of light by atoms or other molecules. Everyday live examples involve photosynthesis, and the formation of vitamin D with sunlight or the degradation of plastics.
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Photo-chemistry is very interesting subjects to know about various chemical reactions. This is very easy and interesting subject to learn.
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How to get photo-chemistry conceptual notes or lectures. I need help in my photo-chemistry assignments?
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