Micellar Kinetics
Submission Deadline: Dec. 30, 2014

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Department of Chemistry, Rungta College of Engineering and Technology, Durg, Chhattisgarh, India
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Introduction
Micellar Kinetics is about kinetic-level understanding and the use of micellar phase to increase/decrease the rate of reaction. Over the past decades, various micellar kinetics methods have been developed and a vast amount of knowledge about micellar kinetics has been accumulated. The fundamental knowledge that is accumulated provides a foundation for the development of many industrial technologies that produce items including chemicals and fuels, biomedical devices, etc. Technological advances, in turn, necessitate the further development of new micellar characterization techniques with higher spatial, temporal, and energy resolution. Technological applications of surface chemistry have an enormous economic impact on our society. This special issue is to highlight new scientific insights provided by in situ experimental and theoretical techniques capable of characterizing micellar pahses under working conditions.
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