Chemiluminescence Reactions of Luminol and N-Octyl Luminol with Hypochlorite in Anionic Surfactants
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A comparative study of the kinetics of the chemiluminescent reaction of luminol, localized in the aqueous phase, and its hydrophobic analogue, N-octyl luminol, localized in the micellar phase, with the hypochlorite ion in anionic sodium dodecyl sulfate micelles at various surfactant concentrations is carried out. The dependence of the rate constant of the accumulation and decay of the intermediate product on the presence and concentration of the surfactant in the reaction mixture is determined.
Keywords:chemiluminescence luminol surfactant micelles rate constant
The authors thank M.Ya. Melnikov for his valuable advice and recommendations on the presentation of the article.
This work was supported by the Russian Foundation for Basic Research “Chemiluminescence Reactions in Organized Molecular Systems,” project no. 16-03-00722.
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