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Putting Enhanced Chemical Reactivity in Water Microdroplets Under the Microscope: The Case of a Diels-Alder Reaction

By Ke Gong and others
Often, chemical reactions are markedly accelerated in microdroplets compared to the corresponding bulk-phase. While identifying the precise causative factors remains challenging, the interfacial electric field (IEF) and partial solvation are the two widely proposed factors, accounting for the acceleration or turning on many reactions in microdroplets. In sharp contrast, this... Show more
July 10, 2024
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