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Model System for Hydrophobic Interactions

Naturevolume 214pages369370 (1967) | Download Citation

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Small glass beads coated with dichlorodimethyl silane can be regarded as uniform particles of solid hydrocarbon. They have been used to study hydrophobic interactions, by finding the point at which their aggregates break down as the polarity of the solution in which they are placed is decreased.

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