Large-scale inhomogeneities in solutions of low molar mass compounds and mixtures of liquids: supramolecular structures or nanobubbles?

@article{Sedlk2013LargescaleII,
  title={Large-scale inhomogeneities in solutions of low molar mass compounds and mixtures of liquids: supramolecular structures or nanobubbles?},
  author={Mari{\'a}n Sedl{\'a}k and Dmytro Rak},
  journal={The journal of physical chemistry. B},
  year={2013},
  volume={117 8},
  pages={2495-504}
}
In textbooks, undersaturated solutions of low molar mass compounds and mixtures of freely miscible liquids are considered as homogeneous at larger length scales exceeding appreciably dimensions of individual molecules. However, growing experimental evidence reveals that it is not the case. Large-scale structures with sizes on the order of 100 nm are present in solutions and mixtures used in everyday life and research practice, especially in aqueous systems. These mesoscale inhomogeneities are… CONTINUE READING

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