I've never found any validity with mid day breaks/split photoperoids.
Turn the lights on for 10 hours and that's fine.
If you have algae, it's not due to not having a split photoperoid, thus you have not gotten at the root of the issue, nor realized you have room for improved horticulture.
Many have tried this, for most it does not work. Where it does, it is often a CO2 related issue. When the CO2 goes south a little bit, algae generally creeps in.
No light= no CO2 demand.
As far as physiology, algae have the advantage to rapid responses over plants. Good CO2 is a better solution and simply focusing more on how to grow plants well resolves most algae issues+ some gardening/weeding.
Several members tried this years ago with some rather good algae blooms in their tanks, not once did any of it work.