Microdroplet Chemistry: Difference of Organic Reactions between Bulk Solution and Aqueous Microdroplets
Sungmin Jung and
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Inho Nam: Division of Chemistry & Bio-Environmental Sciences, Seoul Womenâ€™s University, Republic of Korea
Academic Journal of Polymer Science, 2018, vol. 1, issue 1, 1-5
Recent applications of microdroplet reactions are noted as reaction acceleration in confined environments and possible future scale-up synthesis compare to that of bulk phase reactions. Microdroplet reactions overcome the thermodynamic and kinetic challenges in an aqueous solution. Due to the microdropletâ€™s distinctive surface environment, the chemistry in Microdroplets significantly differs from that in the bulk solution.
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