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Organic Reactivity in Aot-Stabilized Microemulsions

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Microemulsions are highly versatile reaction media, which currently find many applications. In this review, we shall describe recent trends in the use of microemulsions as organic reaction media, and present models for their functioning, in particular the pseudophase model. This model allows a quantitative explanation of organic reactivity in these microheterogeneous media.
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Keywords: AOT; KINETICS; MICRODROPLET; MICROEMULSION; PSEUDOPHASE MODEL; REACTIVITY; REVERSE MICELLE; WATER POOL

Document Type: Review Article

Publication date: 01 March 2008

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  • Progress in Reaction Kinetics & Mechanism is an international journal for the quarterly publication of both in-depth reviews and research articles.

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