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Micelles pp 211-231 | Cite as

Photochemistry in Micellar Systems

  • Yoshikiyo Moroi

Abstract

Photochemistry in micellar systems is a type of micellar catalysis in the sense that the photochemical process takes place in the micellar domain. The outstanding recent progress in micellar photochemistry is well laid out in a number of review articles and papers on photochemical and photophysical processes in micellar assemblies.1–5 As described in previous chapters, hydrophobic organic solutes solubilize well in the micellar core, whereas the micellar surface controls the concentration of hydrophilic solutes. The electrostatic potential of up to a few hundred millivolts at the surface of ionic micelles is especially effective in attracting or repelling ionic species. Thus, micelles are microscopically heterogeneous and well suited as surfaces for reactions of appropriate reactants.

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Methyl Orange American Chemical Society Probe Molecule Aggregation Number Micellar System 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • Yoshikiyo Moroi
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  1. 1.Department of Chemistry, Faculty of ScienceKyushu UniversityFukuokaJapan

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