inverse micelle

inverse micelle

[′in‚vərs mī′sel]
(physical chemistry)
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Tilley and coworkers introduced a microemulsion approach to prepare hydrogen-terminated Si QDs via reducing silicon precursor (e.g., Si[Cl.sub.4]) confined in inverse micelles of surfactant such as tetraoctylammonium bromide (TOAB) [18].
Provencio, "Optical and electronic properties of Si nanoclusters synthesized in inverse micelles," Physical Review B, vol.
In nonpolar fluids, inverse micelles are thought to play an important role in solvating charge carriers [10,11].