The impact of the counterion in the performance of ionic hydrotropes
authors Dinis O. Abranches, Jordana Benfica, Bruna P. Soares, Ana M. Ferreira, Tânia E. Sintra, Seishi Shimizu, João A. P. Coutinho
nationality International
journal Chemical Communications
abstract The efficiency of an ionic hydrotrope is shown to increase with the hydrophobicity of its counterion, challenging the common view that ionic hydrotropes should possess a small, densely charged counterion such as sodium or chloride.
year published 2021
volume 57
beginning page 2951
ending page 2954
digital object identifier (doi) 10.1039/D0CC08092F
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