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This is the first book to feature Interfacial Nanochemistry of liquid-liquid interfaces, which is a new boundary field between analytical chemistry, colloid and surface chemistry, electrochemistry, laser spectroscopy, separation engineering, and interfacial organic synthesis. The liquid-liquid interface is a very general subject of interest both to pure and industrial chemists, especially those engaged in research on solvent extraction of metal ion and organic compounds, interfacial synthesis, and micro-scale analysis. This book will give them deep insight into the nature of the liquid-liquid interface and what kind of reactions can take place there.
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