photoinduced

adjective
pho·to·in·duced | \ ˌfō-tō-in-ˈdüst , -ˈdyüst \

Definition of photoinduced 

: induced by the action of light

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Other words from photoinduced

photoinduction \ˌfō-tō-in-ˈdək-shən \ noun
photoinductive \ˌfō-tō-in-ˈdək-tiv \ adjective

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David Hsieh, a condensed matter physicist at the California Institute of Technology, creates photoinduced superconductivity in a type of material (known as a Mott insulator) that becomes insulating at very cold temperatures. Neil Savage, Scientific American, "What Are the Limits of Manipulating Nature?," 8 May 2018

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First Known Use of photoinduced

1937, in the meaning defined above

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